Morris Adjmi Morris Adjmi Architects

363 Lafayette

This new office building in the NoHo Historic District features fanning setbacks inspired by its unique wedge-shaped site, which resulted from the nineteenth century extension of Lafayette Street. Shaped by the district’s historic evolution and the city’s zoning codes, the ground floor space extends through the entire block, from Great Jones Street to Bond Street, creating a distinctive one-story sliver that recalls the lower-level of the Flatiron building. The eight floors of office space above are framed in white brick and clad in a charcoal-colored terracotta curtain wall adorned with subtle geometric ornamentation, offering a contemporary interpretation of traditional forms and materials that’s consistent with the architectural character of NoHo.


Image Credits: Binyan Studios, Jimi Billingsley



New York, New York
34,000 square feet
10 stories

NoHo Historic District

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