These days, eye-catching art pieces in the foyers and lobbies of new condos have become ubiquitous. This design trend is so beloved that condos without sculpture gardens or bold portraits look bland by comparison.
At a 44-unit condo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, a riotously colored composition made from stepped, backlit panels of aluminum, laser-cut into patterns is integrated into the facade at ground level.
A six-unit condo building in Manhattan’s NoHo district features Federico Uribe’s “Fly Mosca” a 10-foot-long insect sculpture made from salvaged boat parts. A sculpture of cascading gold crowns by Roy Nachum fills a street-level window.
New residential developments across New York are turning away from big-name architects and outlandish amenities and rather toward outsized art compositions by both blue-chip and emerging artists. Some developers go so far as to turn model units into full-fledged art galleries.
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