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FM NY INC.

Panoramic European Windows & Doors

304 East 65th Street Suite LL2

New York, New York 10065-679

 

Laight Street Penthouse – New York, NY

Laight Street Penthouse – New York, NY

Architect
Morris Adjmi Architects
Contractor
F.J. Sciame Construction Co.
Project Information
Laight Street Penthouse in Tribeca, better known as The Sterling Mason, is part of Morris Adjmi Architects latest warehouse transformation. The construction combined two buildings: a circa-1906 masonry loft that was once a storage house for coffee and tea, and a new structure that will be its mirror image, but with an aluminum skin.Influenced by Andy Warhol’s “Double Elvis”, this 7 story, 115,000 square foot modern reflection of historic Tribeca, has been converted into 33 distinctive condominiums, including 30 lofts and 3 single and double-floor penthouses. All the penthouses feature thermally broken stainless steel outswing french doors with fixed sidelights in a sightline construction layout.
Product Information
Steel+ Thermally Broken Stainless Steel Doors
S+1200 Fixed Window (Sightline Construction)
S+5000 Outswing French Doors
Opening sizes up to 12 feet wide
Opening sizes up to 9 feet tall
Powder Coat Paint Finish in Standard RAL Color
7/8" Simulated Divided Lite Muntin Grids
Thermally Broken Stainless Steel Structural Mullions
Concealed Stainless Steel Stay Arms (90° stop)
Stainless Steel Top/Bottom Bolts with Activator
Stainless Steel Multipoint Locking Hardware
Solid Bronze Butt Hinges
Aluminum "Putty Glaze" Shaped Glazing Beads
Oval Brass Escutcheons For Handles & Key Cylinder
Brass Door Saddle
Dark Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware Finish
Glass Information
Guardian Industries Glass
1-1/8" double pane insulating glass
Laminated pane for UV protection
Low iron for optimal clarity
low E coating for increase energy efficiency