Built in Manhattan, the 89-story luxury tower apartment “432 Park Avenue”. It was the “beautiful garbage can” by famous designers at the beginning of the 20th century that became the source of that inspiration by the architect Rafael Viñoly.
There are many magical things in inspiration, but this can be said to be particularly funny example. As the residential building, the appearance of a new luxurious selling tower apartment “432 Park Avenue”, which is the highest in the Western Hemisphere, is inspired by the “trash can”.
A height of 426.1 m, 89 stories of 432 Park Avenue enters the skyscraper genre with 425.5 m 1 World Trade Center and Dubai’s Burj Khalifa over 800 m in height.
Although it is thought from the garbage box, it is not a plastic trash box that rats go in and out. It is an elegant metal garbage box by designer and architect Joseph Hoffmann who presided over the “Vienna Factory” founded in 1903 and is currently sold for a retail price of 225 dollars
432 Architect Rafael Vinioli, who was in charge of designing Park Avenue, was a lecture in February 2014, with 432 Park Avenue being “a lot inspired” from various things, especially Hofmann I talked about the appearance that looks like a grid from the work of. Also, by making the appearance lattice-like, he says, “the whole gives a uniform impression,” he says.
It can be thought that a luxurious tower apartment was designed inspired by garbage boxes as a failure in PR activities, but that is not the case. It shows that inspiration really comes from everywhere.
432 Park Avenue is a project by the CIM Group, which will be 125 apartments and condos. The total height is 1,398 feet (426.11 m), the third highest building in the United States, Manhattan will be the second tallest building after the One World Trade Center. It will also become one of the tallest condominiums in the world, and it will be the highest condominium in the Western Hemisphere. As the height of the rooftop, this building is 30 ft (9.1 m) above the One World Trade Center, making it the tallest building in New York City. It was planned to be 1,300 feet (396 m) in total at the initial plan of 2011. Construction will begin in 2012 and will be completed in 2015. The address is 432 Park Avenue, where 495 Drake hotels were built in 1926. In 2006 the hotel was sold to developer en: Harry Macklowe at $ 440 million and was dismantled in 2007.