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A Visionary Transformation
One Wall Street’s transformation from bastion of capitalism to paragon of residential luxury honors every element of its extraordinary architectural pedigree. Originally envisioned as the headquarters of the Irving Trust Company by celebrated architect Ralph Walker, One Wall Street has been lauded as a one-of-a-kind Art Deco masterpiece since it was inaugurated in 1931. Now, this impeccably restored landmark structure has been reborn as the epitome of luxury living in Downtown Manhattan.
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“New York City’s triumvirate of great Art Deco buildings would consist of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and One Wall Street.”
Ada Louise Huxtable,
Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic
An Art Deco Masterpiece
Often imitated but never surpassed, One Wall Street remains one of the most illustrious examples of Art Deco style in New York City history. Ralph Walker’s robust, graceful tower embodies American optimism of the Jazz Age. Its elegant limestone setbacks reach towards the heavens, culminating in a faceted jewel-like crown that even today inspires the designs of the city’s best architects.
An Art Deco Masterpiece
Often imitated but never surpassed, One Wall Street remains one of the most illustrious examples of Art Deco style in New York City history. Ralph Walker’s robust, graceful tower embodies American optimism of the Jazz Age. Its elegant limestone setbacks reach towards the heavens, culminating in a faceted jewel-like crown that even today inspires the designs of the city’s best architects.
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The Architect of the Century
Ralph Walker was one of New York’s most celebrated 20th century architects, touted as “the only other honest architect in America” by Frank Lloyd Wright, and hailed by the American Institute of Architects as “the architect of the century.” Walker was a master of modern ornament and sumptuous detailing inspired by his humanistic beliefs, and One Wall Street remains his magnum opus.
An Art Deco Masterpiece
Often imitated but never surpassed, One Wall Street remains one of the most illustrious examples of Art Deco style in New York City history. Ralph Walker’s robust, graceful tower embodies American optimism of the Jazz Age. Its elegant limestone setbacks reach towards the heavens, culminating in a faceted jewel-like crown that even today inspires the designs of the city’s best architects.
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Sculpture Writ in Stone
Sculpture Writ in Stone
Not all Art Deco landmarks are created equal. One Wall Street takes the Deco spirit farther than any other building of its era, with faceted window bays that seem sculpted from enormous blocks of limestone. Although solid and monumental, they suggest the lightness of billowing sails.
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Exuberant Detailing
One Wall Street’s hand-carved limestone facades reveal the sumptuous detailing and attention to craftsmanship that distinguish Ralph Walker’s landmark design. In fact, its massive stone blocks are so precisely fitted that one critic exclaimed that “the building appears as if chiseled out of a single piece of stone.” Ornate chevron patterns incised into the limestone, echoed in the ornate metalwork over the lobby entry, draw the eye upward toward the sky in exuberant Art Deco style.
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A Grand Entrance
Humming with Jazz Age pizzazz, the brand-new lobby reinterprets classic Art Deco details like fluted stainless steel trim and lustrous polished wood walls. The lobby’s custom black-and-white mosaic tile floors, handcrafted by artisans in Modena, Italy, are inspired by the Greek and Roman Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Inspired by a Modernist Legend
A custom tapestry in the lobby adds a bold graphic note of vibrant Deco style. Designed in collaboration with a collective of artisan weavers in Mexico, the colorful tapestry draws inspiration from the work of Sonia Delaunay, an abstract geometric painter, illustrator, and textile designer who made her name in Paris of the 1920s.
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The Red Room
The Red Room
One of the most spectacular interiors in New York City, The Red Room originally served as the banking hall of the Irving Trust Company. The famous Art Deco mosaic artist Hildreth Meière, whose work also graces the exterior of Radio City Music Hall, designed the dazzling triple-height room with thousands of tiny glass mosaic tiles that fill the walls and ceilings in bursts of shimmering red and gold. The gloriously restored space will be part of the Printemps fashion concept store opening soon at One Wall Street.
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“One Wall Street presents a series of rhythmic motifs of different sizes and shapes. This sense of rhythm becomes clear when one’s eye travels upward along the strongly vertical lines of the building.”
Ralph Walker,
Original architect of One Wall Street
“One Wall Street presents a series of rhythmic motifs of different sizes and shapes. This sense of rhythm becomes clear when one’s eye travels upward along the strongly vertical lines of the building.”
Ralph Walker,
Original architect of One Wall Street
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