A celebration of American craftsmanship, The Cortland sees a unique collaboration between Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig, two of the world’s leading architecture practices.
Located across from the Hudson River Park in New York, The Cortland is inspired by West Chelsea’s historical architecture and the neighborhood’s rich industrial heritage, featuring a hand-laid brick facade with a distinctly historical feel.
Each of the architectural homes at The Cortland is thoughtfully designed for the needs of today’s modern buyer, providing a high level of flexibility with high ceilings, open-plan living and dining areas and numerous multifunctional spaces.
The Rodney Lawrence-designed home is a two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home. The expansive, open-plan living and dining areas feature a 26-foot corner great room, a kitchen with a custom Olson Kundig-designed Jackbox, warm wood flooring, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Rodney Lawrence’s interiors are fresh, young and comfortable, blending contemporary design with timeless pieces and amazing art to achieve a modern home.