Peter Marino Designs Luxury Bespoke Building in the Heart of Manhattan’s Art District
by Peter Marino
is a 12-story Mixed-Use building now home to Lehmann Maupin’s
second New York gallery, along with the Hill Art Foundation
, and 5 Bespoke residential units. The stunning building is located in the West Chelsea Neighborhood and overlooks the High Line, a 1.45-mile-long elevated linear park, greenway and rail trail.
The Getty’s exterior utilized over 5,000 SF of Custom Black and White Alucobond® installed by BAMCO Inc.
, using their D-500 system. While a majority of the exterior design features an alluring glass facade, it is well complimented by the sleek and modern features of the custom Alucobond® aluminum composite panels.
As Peter Marino is well known for his integration of architecture and interior design, this new build would not be complete without hand selected artworks and fully customized home interiors. One of the residences is listed at 3,854 square feet with custom Espresso Oak flooring, Kinon kitchen cabinets, Aviana Limestone fireplace, and a Gold Mirage Marble bathroom. The Getty, one of the last available corner parcels in the former manufacturing neighborhood, has redefined luxury living.
The apartment is the culmination of Marino’s work on the High Line-adjacent building
By Hadley Keller November 8, 2018
“I design inside/out,” says AD100 architect and designer Peter Marino. This holistic approach has become a hallmark of Marino’s work on projects from private residences to luxury retail flagships. It is perhaps nowhere more on display, though, than at The Getty, the luxury condominium building Marino has designed along New York’s High Line. Following completion of the structure, Marino looked to the inside, lending his discerning eye to the finishes, fixtures, and floor plans of the building’s five units (four full-floor residences and one triplex penthouse). And, finally, he outfitted it, appointing a model unit in the building to his own exacting standards.”
Interior Design Magazine
By Athena Waligore
“The far-flung Chelsea corner that had been the Getty Gas Station is now home to Lehmann Maupin’s second New York gallery. Designed by Peter Marino Architect, as are the forthcoming Hill Art Foundation and luxury apartments above it, the 9,000-square-foot space bowed with “Liza Lou: Classification and Nomenclature of Clouds.” The exhibition, the sculptor’s first in the city in a decade, is so comprehensive, it extends to the original gallery two blocks south, where the 22-inch-tall Primary, woven by South African artisans of colored glass beads, is on view through October 27.”
Photo by March