The skyscraper tower is a significant fixing inside the contemporary city. Be that as it may, towers have come to be characterized exclusively by their stature and, as a kind, they have gotten mysterious. Regular private towers, while fruitful in conglomerating the living unit, frequently neglect to enhance the living condition. The duplication of units inside basic expelled shapes produces redundant and unknown structures with no additional advantages or design characteristics regardless of the mind boggling densities they accomplish. For the individuals who live in these structures, this experience of equivalence and redundancy can be moderately upsetting. 56 Leonard Street acts against this secrecy and monotony, radiating from such a significant number of towers of the ongoing past. Its aspiration is to accomplish, in spite of its size, a character that is individual and individual, maybe even close.
The venture is considered as a heap of individual houses, where each house is novel and recognizable inside the general stack. A cautious examination of neighborhood development techniques uncovered the plausibility of moving and changing floor-sections to make corners, cantilevers and overhangs – every single invite procedure for giving individual and various conditions in every condo. At the base of the pinnacle, the stack responds to the scale and explicit nearby conditions in the city, while the top falters and undulates to converge with the sky. In the middle of, the faltering and variety in the center levels is progressively controlled and unobtrusive, as in a segment shaft.
To separation the propensity towards reiteration and secrecy in tall structures, 56 Leonard Street was created from the back to front. The undertaking started with singular rooms, regarding them as “pixels” assembled on a story by-floor premise. These pixels meet up to legitimately advise the volume and to shape the outside of the pinnacle. From the inside the experience of these pixels resembles venturing into a progression of huge sound windows.
The system of ‘pixelating’ rooms likewise occurs in area, making an enormous number of patios and anticipating galleries. While cautious to keep away from straightforwardly ignoring a neighboring loft, these open air spaces give aberrant visual connections between individuals – possibly outsiders – who share the structure. Totaled together, these houses-in-the-sky, structure a firm stack, a vertical neighborhood, to some degree much the same as New York’s particular neighborhoods with their unmistakable blend of closeness and protection in equivalent measure.
The highest point of any pinnacle is its most unmistakable component and, with regards to this, the highest point of 56 Leonard Street is the most expressive piece of the venture. This expressiveness is driven straightforwardly by the necessities of the inside, comprising of ten huge scale penthouses with sweeping open air spaces and roomy living regions. These huge program parts register on the outside as huge scale squares, cantilevering and moving as indicated by inward setups and the longing to catch explicit perspectives, which at last outcomes in the sculptural articulation of the top.
In the interim, the base of the pinnacle reacts to the exceptional character of Tribeca. This is a piece of New York portrayed by a wide scope of building scales – from little townhouses to huge mechanical squares and the omnipresent tall structures of downtown. By gathering ‘pixels’ of different sizes, including entryway, stopping decks and lodging courtesies, the pinnacle reflects and fuses every one of these local scales.
Together these various methodologies – considering the pinnacle from the back to front, reacting to neighborhood scales, and amplifying the capability of nearby development frameworks – produce a structure where just five out of the 145 condos are rehashed. Besides, no two story plates are the equivalent, giving the individuals who will live right now claim exceptional home portrayed by particular snapshots of uniqueness inside the general stack.