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100 11th Avenue by Jean Nouvel 2

Here are new images of 100 11th Avenue, a residential tower in Chelsea, New York, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel and which recently broke ground.

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Above: studies of sunlight on curtain walling at different times of day. Below: with 1,650 panes of glass, the curtain walling is described as "the most highly engineered and complex" ever built in New York City.

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Above and below: visualisations of how apartment interiors might look

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More images and info in our earlier story.

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There is further info on the building and the apartments on the project's website, which has just been relaunched.

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Below: ground floor restaurant

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Below: ground floor restaurant

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Below: ground floor restaurant as seen from street

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