Um projecto de arquitectura curioso em NY
Hotelier André Balazs, standing on the High Line,
with the Standard towering above him.
Photographs by Todd Eberle
The latest creation from André Balazs is a New York branch of his modish Standard hotels. Rising from one of the city’s most sought-after sites, in the heart of the Meatpacking District, two glass-curtain slabs literally jump the tracks of the High Line, the old freight railroad that’s been transformed into a park on stilts. The design spans—and expands on—a century of modern architecture» in Vanity Fair -February 2009