There are only going to be 5 Aston Martin and Sir David Adjaye apartments created for 130 Willam in New York City, with each home coming with a Sir Adjaye custom designed Aston Martin DBX.
Marek Reichman, Aston Martin’s Chief Creative Officer and Sir David Adjaye worked together on the homes to blend the Aston Martin design philosophy with respected architectural and interior design industry experience.
Adjaye designed the building exterior and interiors including 242 residences, over 20,000 square feet of amenities, and a new plaza park. Standing 800 feet tall (244 metres) and 66 stories it won’t trouble the tallest in Manhattan but is significant enough to have an impact on the skyline.
Located on the 59th and 60th floors, the homes that got the Aston Martin treatment are all unique. Fully furnished with hand-crafted materials and textiles the homes feature furniture from Formitalia as part of the Aston Martin Home Collection. There are Aston Martin touches throughout such as the brand’s crosshatch pattern in a bronze finish, a bespoke smoked glass mirror and more.
The automotive factor goes up a notch as customers are offered the opportunity to customise one of the rooms into a racing simulator, an office and library space, or a bedroom. Vote: racing simulator! Aston Martin Design collaborated with Curv Racing Simulators to deliver the solution.
The 130 William Adjaye Special Edition Aston Martin DBX (hopefully the badge isn’t that long!) was created with the architect to embody the building’s sense of luxury. The team chose Grey “Pietra D’Avola” marble inlays matched with Satin Walnut wood while the hand-stitched leather includes Parliament Green trim with a steering wheel from Q by Aston Martin. The interior also includes carved solid walnut trim with other details throughout.
Prices for the homes start at $3,985,000 USD and top out at $11,500,000 USD for penthouse A.
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