The Stealth Building Gets Penthouse Addition
Posted on November 15 2016
Architecture firm WORKac just released new images of their latest work on the Stealth Building, located in the trendy Tribeca neighborhood of NYC. WORKac was tasked with building a penthouse extension above the existing structure - a difficult undertaking as New York law states any rooftop addition must be invisible from the street. In order to follow these regulations, the firm created a folded metal roof that minimizes its visual presence. Furthermore, the building facade, originally constructed in 1857, was restored with a beautiful charcoal paint job. Take a look at official images of the Stealth Building's new look below and click here for more info.
Photography by Bruce Damonte