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new film documents BIG's plans for two twisting towers in new york

September 14th, 2018

A new film directed by Lisa Vreeland documents Bjarke Ingels's first residential and hotel project in New York. The visionaries behind The XI explain the ethos of the site and the extraordinary collaboration of the world's top talent in architecture, art, design and development.

Metropolis Magazine

David Chipperfield’s New Mixed-Use Tower Brings Beauty and Brains to New York’s Bryant Park

September 13th, 2018

With its rich material palette and crafty millwork, the Bryant is an exercise in humble luxury and takes cues from its historic neighbors.

Curbed New York

Bjarke Ingels’s twisting High Line condo launches sales

September 13th, 2018

Residences at The XI have officially hit the market with prices ranging from $2.85M for a one-bedroom home to $28M for a half-floor penthouse. East Tower residences are situated above the Six Senses Hotel and designed by Gilles & Bossier while the West Tower residences are designed by Gabellini Sheppard Associates.

Mansion Global

Bjarke Ingels-Designed Twisted Two-Tower Building, The XI, Launches Sales

September 13th, 2018

The first of 236 luxury apartments has hit the market at Bjarke Ingels' The XI. The HFZ Capital Group-developed building will range from one-bedroom apartments to a five-bedroom penthouse. Residents will have expansive views of the High Line, Hudson River, and Manhattan skyline thanks to the signature architecture skewing geometry.

The Wall Street Journal

Yves Saint Laurent’s Unapologetically Luxurious Cabin in the Woods

September 7th, 2018

Dorothée Boissier, Parisian interior designer of the East Tower at The XI, details the decor of her favorite room at Yves Saint Laurent's La Dacha.

Architectural Digest

Prewar and Postwar Styles Blend Together in Workshop/APD's Latest Manhattan Project

August 28th, 2018

Esteemed architecture and design studio Workshop/APD unified 88 & 90 Lexington to become one fluid luxury development. The pre- and postwar buildings honor the original structures' features in a way that feels decidedly new.

The Australian Financial Review

New York City's High Line can teach Australia how to get urban renewal right

August 24th, 2018

Bjarke Ingels discusses how the High Line rapidly catalyzed a revolution in design and architecture. The XI is the largest residential building to rise in West Chelsea to date.

CityRealty

An Upper West Side Gem Restored; New Photos of The Astor's Historically-Integrated Amenities

August 7th, 2018

The Astor is among the most architecturally distinctive structures in Manhattan. Its 21st-century reimagination was conceived and realized by HFZ Capital Group who brought on Pembrooke & Ives to restore The Astor to its original grandeur.

Financial Times

Ziel Feldman’s Dining Boltholes

July 23rd, 2018

Ziel Feldman looks for restaurants with a mix of architecture art and good food when entertaining partners, clients and architects such as David Chipperfield, Ian Schrager and Bjarke Ingels