Studio Seilern Architects

Architecture, Chelsea, New Developments

Studio Seilern Architects, Chelsea starchitecture

The stretch of Eleventh Avenue that winds through Chelsea in the 20s has become a hotbed of starchitecture activity ever since plans were announced for the High Line. ArchDaily brings us the latest project that may rise along the corridor, and though it doesn’t have the name recognition of its neighbors, its interesting design, inspired by MoMA’s famed sculpture garden, fits right in. The 24-story glass tower from London’s Studio Seilern Architects will have commercial space for a gallery on the lower levels with residential units above. Judging from the views, the project site appears to be near the corner of West 21st Street and Eleventh Avenue, directly across from Norman Foster’s 551W21 and a block north of Jean Nouvel’s 100 Eleventh Avenue and Frank Gehry’s IAC Building.

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