Robert Goodwin unveils a new 12-story boutique office building in Manhattan.
“The scale of the building and its relationship to the neighborhood emphasizes human experience. How tenants would actually use the space informed every decision we made. We see the setbacks mandated by the city as an opportunity for terraces that will serve as intentional extensions of the workplace. They’re large enough for furniture, so you can move from an indoor to an outdoor setting seamlessly. The resulting dynamic architectural identity is an outcome of this relationship and will lead a new generation of open, flexible, human-scaled office buildings in the city.” – Robert Goodwin