Cubic structure designed as retail headquarters space made of steel and suspended glass. Located across from the Madison Square Garden, the cubic architecture has massive pedestrian exposure maximized by a 80'x40' (24.38x12.19 meters) interactive illuminated wall, hovering diagonally above the street.

The cable suspension system of the glass facade was carefully designed to minimize any visual interruption. The steel and glass cube reflects the Empire State Building by being lit up by night according to occasional colors, serving as an informal urban beacon. 

Type: commercial . Client Cornell Realty Management .Structural Engineer WSP . MEP Ettinger Engineering Associates

New York City

Architect in charge. Michal Ziso @MEA

Status. under construction

Scale. 27,350 sf (2,540 sqm)

263W24

  • 2016

Type: commercial . Client Cornell Realty Management .Structural Engineer WSP . MEP Ettinger Engineering Associates

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