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Tribeca Rogue Condominium Building

June 30, 2020

Tribeca Rogue, Manhattan condo building

Design: Woods Bagot Architects

Location: Tribeca, New York, USA

Tribeca Rogue, NYC condominium building

Photos by Matthew Ziegler uness noted otherwise

Tribeca Rogue, New York City condominium building

A contemporary interpretation of its 19th-century context, Tribeca Rogue brings a compelling energy to the neighborhood.

Tribeca Rogue, NYC condominium building

A boldly contemporary interpretation of its 19th-century context, Tribeca Rogue brings a compelling energy to the heart of Manhattan’s Tribeca. The architectural design is by Woods Bagot.

Tribeca Rogue, Manhattan condo building interior

Holding a compact site on a busy corner, the ten-story condominium building maximizes every one of its 18,000 square feet. Above the ground-floor retail and residents’ entry are seven full-floor units with keyed elevator access, topped by a duplex penthouse with expansive views of the lower Manhattan skyline.

Tribeca Rogue, NYC condominium building

The rhythm of the deeply recessed full-height windows, which are encased in angled metal frames, echoes the cast-iron façade of the nearby Cary Building, an 1857 Italian Renaissance Revival structure. The floor-to-ceiling window walls are positioned to optimize views while maintaining privacy for residents.

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The protruding panels are angled to provide shading inside the building and, on the outside, create patterns of shifting light and shadow. The panels’ bronze-colored, weathered appearance is the result of layers of resin and pearlescent inks which give the finish randomization.

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photo on right by Lester Ali

The rich, distinctive tones respond to the changing light, from a warm morning glow to a deep evening bronze. The shingled panel profile gives the building a human scale.

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The penthouse and seventh floor enjoy landscaped terraces, and the landscaped rooftop is for all residents to enjoy.

Tribeca Rogue, NYC condominium building

The interiors have the open, airy feel of a Tribeca loft through the use of a light material palette and abundance of natural light that streams through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Tribeca Rogue, Manhattan condo building drawing

Through a series of deft moves, this compact building combines confident individuality that compliments and respects the historic context.

Tribeca Rogue, Manhattan condo interior

Tribeca Rogue, NYC condominium building – Design Information

Client: Greystone Property Development
Area: 18,000 sf
Completion: March 2020
Location: 146 Church St., New York, NY

Tribeca Rogue, Manhattan condo drawing

Architecture and Interior Design: Woods Bagot
Structural Engineer: WSP
MEP: Ettinger
Envelope Engineers: SGH
Metal Fabricators: Pure + Freeform
Façade Fabrication: BAMCO

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Photo credit: Matthew Ziegler and Lester Ali

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