The Standard was designed by Polshek Partnership Architects that located in United States is the luxury iconic New York hotel. Andre Balazs Properties’ brand standard has no signature architectural style. Each hotel is unique, the brand is known for designs that are unique and expressive context. Todd Schliemann Design for The Standard, New York, the exploits of this mandate, the hotel is undoubtedly its place, it blurs the distinction between public and private sectors in a city whose identity is as much about the neighborhoods and intimacy as it is about anonymity, and he immerses herself in the activity of the street at the same time that its soaring form that emerges. Completed in 2009, eighteen new floors and 204,500 sq. m., 337-room hotel is located in the Meatpacking district of Manhattan, a bustling along the west of the City. The design celebrates the possibilities and difficulties of interaction with the high line, an abandoned well, the line of railroad rates, which was designed as a linear park to new audiences.
The Standard calls its urban context, by contrast, the unique blend of architectural and structural concepts in a complex and changing urban fabric. Sculpted pillars, which form clearly separate construction of the orthogonal grid of streets, facing the construction of fifty-seven feet from the street, allowing the industrial landscape horizontally scaled to pass underneath and natural light from entering the street. The building of two slabs are “pivotal”, angled to highlight the distinction of the hotel from the gate of the city and its levitating above the neighborhood. The juxtaposition of building materials – cast in place, a board formed concrete and glass – reflects the character of New York City, the grainy quality of the concrete contrasts with the smoothness of glass. The grid of concrete is a delicate framework for water extremely transparent white glass, both materials in the unified plan of continuous curtain wall. This breaks with the outside wall with the traditional architecture of hotels, replacing the opacity in the transparency, privacy at the opening and defining a new paradigm.