40 Bond Street

40 Bond Street in New York City

Designed by Herzog & de Meuron with Handel Architects of New York City, 40 Bond Street is an Ian Schrager-owned luxury residence located in the Noho District of Manhattan. The building is the first residential project in the United States designed by the acclaimed Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, as well as the architect's first building in New York City.

Zahner completed the cladding of the building in pre-patinated copper and mirror polish stainless steel, which reflects light from underneath cast glass.  

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