130 William 130 William
Anchored by history, evolved toward the future.
A continuation of a New York narrative that builds on the enduring ambition to explore new ground.
AN ENERGIZED VIEW OF MANHATTAN LIVING BY VISIONARY ARCHITECT, SIR DAVID ADJAYE.

British-Ghanaian architect Sir David Adjaye is internationally renowned as one of contemporary architecture’s most inventive leaders. Named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2017, his firm’s diverse portfolio ranges from university campuses and libraries to private homes and special residential projects. Each of his buildings simultaneously captures the present moment and the context of their unique histories.

While far-reaching and wide-ranging, all of Adjaye’s work is marked by a sense of openness and curiosity, as he weaves disparate elements of inspiration — from culture to technology and science — into his designs.

“Architecture is like literature. Buildings have to weave stories.”
Washington, DC, USA – 2016
Photographed by Brad Feinknopf
New York, USA — 2012
Photographed by Dean Kaufman
London, UK — 2007
Photographed by Ed Reeve
Beirut, Lebanon — 2015
Photographed by Guillame Ziccarelli
Washington, DC, USA — 2012
Photographed by Edmund Sumner
London, UK — 2002
Photographed by Lyndon Douglas
London, UK — 2005
Photographed by Edmund Sumner
Lagos, Nigeria — 2015
Photographed by Hans Wilschut
Denver, USA — 2008
Photographed by Emily Minton Redfield
London, UK — 2004
Photographed by Lyndon Douglas
Denver, USA — 2007
Photographed by Ed Reeve
Montauk, USA — 2008
Photographed by Dean Kaufman
Nanjing, China — 2012
Photographed by Ed Reeve
Oslo, Norway — 2005
Photographed by Tim Soar
New York, USA — 2006
Photographed by James Wang
London, UK — 2014
Photographed by Ed Reeve
New York, USA — 2010
Photographed by Lyndon Douglas
London, UK — 2009
Photographed by Ed Reeve
Moscow, Russia — 2010
Photographed by Ed Reeve
Designed to be different — with purpose.

130 William couldn’t exist anywhere else. Sir David Adjaye uses the neighborhood context as a starting point. He pushes against the conventions of tall glass towers with curves and arches inspired by local precedent.

Loggia
A tower designed not only to be seen, but to be felt.

At 66 stories tall, Adjaye’s first high-rise tower of residential condominiums is an important contribution to the New York City skyline. 130 William’s hand-cast concrete facade creates a striking form against the cityscape of Lower Manhattan.

An enclave framed by arched openings, the 130 William Plaza Park is an outdoor living room designed to foster a larger sense of community amongst the residents, as well as the neighborhood itself.
THE BEST OF NEW YORK CITY LIVING, ALL UNDER ONE ROOF.
The generous indoor lounge has the ability to be divided into different entertaining areas, with an adjacent airy outdoor space.
Interiors illuminated by light and air.
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130 WILLIAM IS A STORY OF CONTEXT AND A STORY OF CRAFT.