Georgica is a new 20-story condominium tower located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The 133,480 SF modernist tower is situated on an irregular L shaped site, that cantilevers over two adjacent buildings, one to the north and the other to the south. The challenge of the site lay in creating a cohesive structure within the fragmented zoning parameters that the assemblage allowed.
Sheathed in bronze, white, and clear glass the façade offers spectacular floor-to-ceiling views, multiple exposures, and a wealth of natural light. The colorful façade also emphasizes the structure’s sculptural, geometric form. The rhythmic tower is delineated by varying setbacks that create an array of intersecting rectangular planes. This unique design allows for an abundance of corner rooms and spacious apartment layouts. The 58 residences range from 1240 SF to 3,000 SF with two or three homes per floor. The distinguished interiors feature sensuous materials, custom detailing, and a champagne and white color palette all which accentuate the luminous apartment layouts.
Location: New York, NY, US
My Role: Architect & Interior Designer