One Hudson Yards
18 August 2017
Andre Kikoski, is the Manhattan-based architect who conceived the tower’s lavish interiors. ‘For us, luxury is emotional, not transactional, so we were thrilled when the developer gave us the freedom to work with craftspeople around the world to produce never before seen materials that convey sophisticated, contemporary grandeur,’ says Kikoski, who designed two models apartments in the building: one with three bedrooms for a family, in soft botanical tones and textures, a palette inspired by the flora and materials of High Line below, and the other a one bedroom with city skyline and river vistas, conceived for a sophisticated bachelor and entrepreneur. ’The look is fresh and unconstrained,’ he says. And suitably seductive.
Image courtesy of Related. Writer: Marisa Bartolucci