The interiors of 27 Wooster embody the elegant simplicity of modernism featuring tactile, honest materials that will age gracefully over time. Wide planks of white oak floors are found in each unit that contrast beautifully with the fully operable glass doors. The kitchens carry that same ethos of quality and warmth, with handcrafted Smallbone kitchens, marble countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerators, and Miele dishwashers. The marble island and backsplash shown here reflect the ample light that pours in from a kitchen balcony found in certain A-line units.
“IF ONE USES HIGH-QUALITY
MATERIALS,ONE DOES NOT HAVE TO
INSERT MUCH MORE. YOU LET THE
MATERIALS DO THE TALKING.”
-INTERIOR DESIGNER THOMAS JUUL-HANSEN
Here, the opportunity to live in a sun-filled environment is taken to a new level. A marble-clad functional fireplace on the upper floor—which also features a terrace paved in Pennsylvania Bluestone—provides a comforting center to a thoroughly modern home. This 6,700-square-foot duplex contains approximately 75 windows on the lower level, and 13 all-glass sliding doors on the upper level.
On the penthouse’s lower level, the master bathroom (top) contains marble-slab floors and walls, bleached zebrawood cabinetry, a Toto Neorest toilet, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, and double rainshower heads with steam-shower capabilities. The master bathroom in a typical B-line apartment on the fourth, fifth, and sixth floors (bottom) has windows that face east, allowing residents to saturate themselves in natural morning light. Similar to the penthouse master bathroom, it features marble slabs and bleached zebrawood cabinetry.
ABOUT THOMAS JUUL-HANSEN LLC
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Juul-Hansen came to the United States in 1988 to study architecture and holds a Master of Architecture from Harvard University. Thomas founded TJHLLC in 2003 after working as a senior designer at Richard Meier and Partners. The firm’s portfolio is varied, with completed works for both private and commercial clients, including residential towers in New York, restaurants for chefs such as Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Guy Savoy, and retail outlets for jeweler David Yurman.
27 WOOSTER STREET
The apartments found within combine the modern aesthetics of loft living with the privacy and elegance of more traditional homes. Only spacious homes are available: the standard unit is 2,500 square feet and includes three bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, and no smaller units are offered.
3 BEDROOMS — 3 BATHROOMS — 1 POWDER ROOM — 2,500 SQ. FT. — BALCONY: 75 SQ. FT.DOWNLOAD AS PDF
3 BEDROOMS — 3 BATHROOMS — 1 POWDER ROOM — 2,425 SQ. FT.DOWNLOAD AS PDF
5 BEDROOMS — 4 BATHROOMS — 1 POWDER ROOM — 5,075 SQ. FT. — BALCONY: 75 SQ. FTDOWNLOAD AS PDF
5 BEDROOMS — 4 BATHROOMS — 2 POWDER ROOMS — 6,700 SQ. FT. — TERRACE 3,140 SQ. FT.DOWNLOAD AS PDF