• 10 Bond Street, Boston valley terra cotta, TerraClad, Selldorf Architects, New York

10 Bond Street

Location
New York, NY
Architect
Selldorf Architects
Application
TerraClad®
Forming Method
Extrusion
Market
Residential
Region
Northeast

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10 Bond Street is an elegant residential building in New York City designed by Selldorf Architects. The seven-story structure encom­passes 34,000 square feet and features a TerraClad® façade man­ufactured by Boston Valley Terra Cotta. The building is notable for its unique extruded profile and eye-catching custom glaze.

Selldorf’s signature building is located in the NoHo neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. Completed in 2016, 10 Bond Street is now a part of Manhattan’s rich architectural history. Designed with sensitivity for its historical surroundings, Selldorf Architects took inspiration from nearby architectural details; the design comple­ments the other residences located in the landmarked neighbor­hood while retaining a distinct character of its own.