This odd triangular lot is the by-product of an avenue extension that in 1919 was ruthlessly cut through the heart of the West Village. To this day, the thoroughfare, which is located within a larger historic district, is lined with an inharmonious mix of low and mid-rise commercial and residential buildings. This new 15,000 sf building draws cues from the rich architectural context of Greenwich Village and the fragmented remnants produced by the diagonal tear through that neighborhood. As a result, the design embraces the site’s discordancy, weaving brick, brownstone, glass and steel into a contemporary composition that starts to stitch the urban fabric back together.
This careful attention to the material palette extends to the building’s interior spaces. The spatial layout of the units take advantage the site’s abundant exposures, including that of the quiet block interior. Our interiors team directed the design of the development’s main lobby, residential units, and circulation and amenity spaces.
2019 Brick in Architecture Award, Bronze Award- Residential - Multifamily Housing, 2020
“New West Village Condo at 175 West 10th Street Flaunts BKSK-Designed Facade,” City Realty, November 2017
“First look inside Greystone’s boutique West Village condo on a triangular lot,” Curbed NY, May 2017
“New York’s Latest Crop of Luxury Residential Developments,” Wallpaper, August 2016
“Condos on a West Village Triangle,” NY Times, March 2016
BKSK Interiors – Interior Design
Photos by Raimund Koch