New York, NY
Architecture & Interior Design
The 443 Greenwich Sales Gallery is a 6,700 SF representation of CetraRuddy’s restoration and adaptation a landmarked Tribeca building, originally designed by Charles Haight and built in 1882 as a book bindery. Inspired by original architectural details and the grand proportions of the existing structure, CetraRuddy’s 443 Greenwich celebrates the original construction while introducing contemporary details and luxurious materials to complement its residential adaptation. The 443 Sales Center includes a full sized kitchen and mater bath, as well as materials and finishes representative of the building. These include a salvaged pine paneled ceiling and metal wall panels to be used in the lobby space, white marble tiles and an Arabescato Orobicco wall stone in the master bath, a polished Calcutta Marble kitchen island as well as custom cabinetry. The kitchen also includes a full-size replica of one of the window styles at 443 Greenwich, which underwent a series of studies to recreate the original windows from the landmarked building. Large prints of interior renderings and a black and white historic photo are incorporated into the sales center, suggesting the style and historic importance of the project.
Eric Laignel | Peter Margonelli