Architecture + Design

Dan Kaplan of FXCollaborative and Deborah Berke of Deborah Berke Partners talk about 77 Greenwich and its special place in the ongoing story of Manhattan and the New Downtown.

"We realized pretty early that we should do a pleated, folded, crystalline wall that allowed every living room to have very gracious floor-to-ceiling wraparound glass so that you could sit on your sofa or in your chair and look at this wonderful diagonal southwest view."

Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner I FAIA, LEED AP
FXCollaborative

  • Allianz Tower

    Allianz Tower

  • Statue of Liberty Museum

    Statue of Liberty Museum

  • The Greenwich Lane

    The Greenwich Lane

  • 35XV

    35XV

  • Circa Central Park

    Circa Central Park

FXCollaborative

FXCollaborative creates impactful projects with aesthetic integrity and an enduring design character. Through a continuous exploration of holistic function and essential components, their team implements a transparent, thoughtful, and rigorous design process that promotes excellence and sustainability.

Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner I FAIA, LEED APFXCollaborative

Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner I FAIA, LEED AP
FXCollaborative

  • Residence in Barrio Parque

    Residence in Barrio Parque

  • North Penn House

    North Penn House

  • West Chelsea Apartment

    West Chelsea Apartment

  • 432 Park Ave

    432 Park Ave

  • Upper East Side Townhouse

    Upper East Side Townhouse

  • Modern Apartment in the Capital

    Modern Apartment in the Capital

Deborah Berke Partners

Deborah Berke Partners connects people and places to create meaningful and lasting experiences: they consider how changing daylight shapes a room; how people move into a site and through a building; how materials feel and look through repeated use. The Deborah Berke Partners approach is human-centered at all scales, from the broad vision of master plans to the focused details of interiors and everything in between.

Deborah Berke, Partner | FAIA, LEED APDeborah Berke Partners

Deborah Berke, Partner | FAIA, LEED AP
Deborah Berke Partners

"All of the material choices within each apartment were about reinforcing the idea of being up in the light and the air, so we chose lighter, natural, carefully detailed materials with a sense of craft. It was all about not fighting the view, but complementing the amount of light that was going to come into the apartment."

Deborah Berke, Partner | FAIA, LEED AP
Deborah Berke Partners