Award winning Project, 134-136 W Houston St located in New York City’s lower Manhattan is pressed between SoHo and Greenwich Village next to Sullivan-Thompson landmark historic districts. This 17,500-square-foot building
"demonstrates the versatility of tile in contemporary architecture" as stated in Tile Magazine
the building was designed to incorporate the distinct contextual architecture. it is an amalgamation of juxtaposed architectural and neighborhood identities.
the entire building facade is ventilated porcelain tiles from Florim’s B&W collection and Cedit’s Matrice collection, combined to create a consistent design. tiles from Cedit’s Matrice collection are carried into the lobby, corridor, elevator walls and all apartments.
the building features a range of porcelain tile from exterior to interior, including the roof top terrace that has amazing views of the city & One World Trade Center
there are 6, large, 3 bedroom apartments with duplex penthouses on the 6th through 8th floors and includes a common roof terrace, a community facility and a retail space on the ground floor.