One of New York's most unique buildings just gave us a new peak with fresh renderings recently released. The Lantern House (515 West 18th Street) consists of two High Line-flanking towers, one at 10 stories and the other at 22 stories, both with glassy bubbled exteriors. Four new images reveal its freestanding glass lobby pavilion which connects the two buildings and is pierced by two beams from the elevated park above. This is the first project in the USA for Thomas Heatherwick’s which is being developed by Related Companies.
Sales will launch next year starting at $1.7M consisting of one to four-bedroom residences, many with setback terraces and 10-foot ceilings.
What do you think? I for one LOVE the architecture.