no. 33 park row in NYC by rogers stirk harbour + partners
the first images have been revealed of ‘no. 33 park row’, the first residential project in new york city designed by richard rogers and his firm rogers stirk harbour + partners (RSHP). located across the street from city hall park in downtown manhattan, the project comprises just 30 residences with wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the park opposite. ‘no. 33 park row’ is already nearing completion ahead of its official launch in spring 2021.
all images courtesy of no. 33 park row
developed by centurion real estate partners, no. 33 park row features rogers stirk harbour + partners’ signature copper screen fins along its exterior similar to that of the pompidou centre in paris and one hyde park in london. ‘one hyde park and no. 33 park row each face a park to the north and exhibit a similarity in terms of aspiration and quality with carefully composed facades that exhibit a richness of depth, shadow, and texture,’ explains graham stirk, senior partner, RSHP.
when RSHP was approached to design the project, rogers and stirk agreed that the property’s park-front location had deep appeal and made it the ideal choice for the firm’s first residential property in new york city. their first design decision was to bring the tower’s residential living spaces and shared amenity spaces to the north side of the building, where they would enjoy northern light as well as unobstructed views over the park.
for the building, rogers stirk harbour + partners introduced contemporary architectural elements that reference downtown manhattan’s industrial-era commercial buildings, including large windows, decorative copper screen fins around balconies and terraces, and distinctive dark steel framing on the façade. no. 33 park will feature one- to five-bedroom residences and penthouses, many with private outdoor spaces. nearby, RSHP completed a skyscraper as part of the world trade center development in 2018.
the view from the residential project
philip stevens I designboom
jan 12, 2021