Back in May 6sqft reported on plans for the 15 new gallery spaces in a works subsequent to a Zaha Hadid-designed condo at 520 West 28th Street along a High Line, with the Paul Kasmin Gallery to anchor a project, that will enhance into a 5,000-square-foot space with a sculpture garden designed by Future Green on a roof. With a central opening of a new building and initial exhibitions of works by Walton Ford and Joel Shapiro come new photos of a gallery and of a sculpture garden being installed.
Future Green worked with DeSimone Consulting Engineers and Studio MDA to emanate a “waffle slab” design, intended to reason a low volume of dirt while also puncturing a roof with sunlight.
The pattern of a plants is done to focus views into a garden, highlighting a artworks over it. Native aspen tree and hunger plant clusters will grow on a roof, as good as a margin of lowbush blueberry and meadow flowers.
Located during 511 West 27th Street, a gallery sits subsequent to a unconventional condo designed by late Pritzker Prize leader Zaha Hadid. The new gallery boasts a design from Studio MDA owner Markus Dochantschi, who has given the space super high ceilings, a column-free layout, lots of skylights and discriminating petrify floors.
Founded in 1989, a Paul Kasmin Gallery is no foreigner to West Chelsea as it has 3 locations in a area already. In further to a new West 27th Street location, a gallery will also have an additional vaunt space within High Line Nine, a collection of boutique muster space underneath a High Line.
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