Construction update: David Adjaye’s NYC skyscraper gets its hand-cast concrete facade installed

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/28/289cf9df8d2b15cd2bed00a909b42235.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" /><em>David Adjaye&rsquo;s Financial District condo at 130 William Street has made significant progress since construction started earlier this year. New construction site photos by Field Condition are giving us the first peak at the distinctive hand-cast concrete facade.
The photos also offer a peek at the bronze-accented frames of the windows—this bronze theme will continue in the apartments with Adjaye also designing many of the interior fixtures that will be done up in burnished bronze.



Curbed New York has some fresh construction photos of the David Adjaye-designed 800-foot, 66-story 130 William Street condo tower where workers are currently installing the building's most striking feature, the hand-cast concrete facade with its bronze-trimmed window frames.  Find the full set of photos over on the Field Condition website. View this post on Instagram

Featured today on FieldCondition.com: facade panels are going up at David Adjaye’s @130william residential condo tower in the District. The panels are hand cast textured concrete with a smooth concrete border at the bronze window frames.

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