We served as design architect of the residential units at 432 Park Avenue, the noted and exceptionally tall tower developed by Harry Macklowe and CIM Group. We were also the interior designer of the building’s model unit, in addition to designing the layouts, finishes, millwork and interior details of every residence.
Living Room View
The classically-modern apartments are shaped by their orientation to commanding views through exceptional 10 foot by 10 foot windows. The building offers distant and remarkable vistas in all directions. The apartments we designed range in size from 1,450 square feet up to full-floor units of 8,100 square feet. Floors are pale maple, bathrooms are slab marble, and all hardware is custom-designed for the building. The details are precise, minimalist, and elegant.
Day-lit living area.
We were the interior designer of the Model Residence, a half-floor apartment on the 38th floor. Sculptural furnishings such as an Yves Klein coffee table and a custom dining table reflect the pure geometry of 432 Park Avenue. We worked with Ryan Lee Gallery to select works of art by Ellsworth Kelly, Kiki Smith, and Donald Sultan, among others.
Bathroom interior with all-white color palette.
432 Park Avenue has been extensively covered in the international press, including articles in Abitare, Wallpaper, Casa Vogue, Country Life, and l’Arca.
Key People
Christopher Yost
Project Lead
Collaborators

Deborah Berke Partners

Interior Design Architect (Residential Spaces), Interior Designer (Model Residence and Building Amenities)

Rafael Viñoly Architects

Design Architect

Bentel & Bentel Architects

Interior Design Architect (Building Amenities)

SLCE Architects

Executive Architect

WSP Cantor Seinuk

Structural Engineer

Schlaich Bergermann and Partner

Consulting Structural Engineer

WSP Flack & Kurtz

MEP Engineer

Zion Breen & Richardson Associates

Landscape Architect

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Drawings

Bird's eye photograph of building site and context