Located in New York, United States, Chelsea Modern was designed by Audrey Matlock Architect. These many facets reflect fractured images of surrounding buildings on surfaces that change colour with the shifting daylight. Operable windows in a contrasting colour are randomly placed within these ribbons further enhancing the dynamic character. A glass sidewalk and recessed translucent glass base give the impression that these ribbons are floating above the surface.
Catering to individual lifestyles, the typical apartment units are designed to be very flexible and open. They incorporate sliding walls, large open kitchens and floor-to-ceiling glass. The ground floor duplex units are designed for individuals with art collections and feature a private entrance at street level and gardens. These apartments connect to large high-ceiling sky-lit spaces below.