Renowned architect Tadao Andō relies on D+H technology

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Aesthetics and functionality for the most stringent requirements

Pure luxury in Manhattan: The new residential building at 152 Elizabeth Street is nice and cosy, and the sophisticated solution from D+H for natural ventilation in the apartments is one of the main reasons why. This solution consists of an outstandingly quiet CDC window drive and a VLD lock drive. Both drives are completely integrated into the window profile and synchronised with each other. 

North of Little Italy in Manhattan, seven exceptional luxury apartments have been built inside the seven-storey boutique condominium at 152 Elizabeth Street. They were designed by none other than renowned Japanese architect Tadao Andō. The apartments at 152 Elizabeth were his first project in New York City. A tidy sum of $35 million went into constructing the building, which was erected using carefully selected materials and equipment. Tadao Andō made use of the interplay between light and shadow. For example, the building design includes very large windows, many of which are ceiling-high. Additional striking details include the floor covered with wide oak boards, a stone chimney, a 300 m² outer terrace with a reflecting pool and a nature-inspired waterfall.

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