NEW YORK, NEW YORK
SoHo Towers is a residential development in a quickly transforming neighborhood of Manhattan designed by Pritzker prize-winning architect Renzo Piano. The landscape for SoHo towers consists of three distinctly different environments. The first is an enclave garden that serves as the arrival for pedestrians and vehicles. The second is an interior atrium garden that provides a public space for residents. Finally, an outdoor terrace garden opens up views to the city and serves as a backdrop for an indoor swimming pool. Each garden presents a unique spatial experience and a corresponding ecological response that is calibrated to the different levels of lighting and micro-climactic conditions created by the architecture. Theodore Hoerr was Principal at Balmori while leading the design of this project. Images courtesy of Balmori.