For New Hudson Facades, Inc., we are currently working on various aspects of different projects, the most important ones being the following:
The Walt Disney Company's new Manhattan headquarter is designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) and is set to span an entire city block in the neighbourhood of Hudson Square, which is north of Tribeca and west of SoHo. The Disney complex is designed to integrate with the many brick buildings and former lofts in the historic New York neighbourhood. The complex will feature double- and triple-columned terracotta panelling coloured green, intended to complement the surrounding brick structures.
320 South Canal Street is a 50-Story office tower developed by Riverside Investment & Development and Convexity Properties, in partnership with BMO Harris Bank, designed by Chicago-based Goettsch Partners. Planned for the parcel just to the south of Union Station, the new structure will contain 1.5 million square feet of office space, 400 parking spots and an adjacent 1.5-acre park/plaza designed by Wolff Landscape Architecture.
Warner Bros. new 800,000-square-foot complex, designed by Gehry Partners, is planned to extend the entertainment company’s current building in the Burbank Media District. Located in the city of Burbank, the area has formed a hub for major media and entertainment companies such as Warner Bros since the 1920s. The complex will be erected opposite Warner Bros headquarters on the other side of the Ventura Freeway. It will comprise two huge office buildings broken up into stepped, staggered and slanted fragments, and fronted by glass. “From the freeway, the buildings are composed as one long sculptural glass facade that creates a single identity like icebergs floating along the freeway.” Gehry hopes the project will “recapture that feeling of old Hollywood splendor” that existed during its early years.
Residential skyscraper designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill featuring a curtainwall façade with approx. 25,000 natural stone elements.
Company headquarter designed by Kohn, Pedersen & Fox.
Innovative natural stone façade for the Holt Renfrew flagship store in Toronto, designed by Gensler.
Residential skyscraper in New York City designed by thomas juul-hansen featuring a curtainwall façade with natural stone elements.
Innovative translucent stone/glass façade elements for the new National Museum in Oslo, designed by Kleihues & Schuwerk.
Wall cladding and flooring for new Yacht Club in Monaco, designed by Foster & Partners.
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