Collaborating with Gensler, MPFP designed and implemented the landscaping for a series of interior spaces across multiple floors. Seeking to enliven the environments with vibrant landscaping elements, MPFP developed a series of studies to determine which layouts best complimented both the interior architecture as well as the functions of each given space.
The North and South amenity terraces are distinguished by an expansive and decorative green-roof, giving each respective space its own identity. At the South terrace, a series of open spaces offer tenants respite - whether to gather for an outdoor lunch or conference, each trellis-shaded area is equipped with a conference table and cafe seating to accommodate a variety of uses. By contrast, the design intent of the North terrace is to offer a larger, more flexible open space for tenants - with an expansive wood deck and various seating elements, tenants can gather and collaborate in an exciting, lush outdoor environment with exceptional views of Central Park.
With expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, the interior spaces are distinctly connected to their exterior counterparts. In the conference room, MPFP sought to evoke the calm of various river environments, employing a specimen olive tree set in a bed of river-washed stone. The sculptural multi-stem tree adds visual interest, and the gentle undulation of the river-washed stone bed channels the energy of a riverbank. At the Sky Lounge Cafeteria, MPFP proposed a series of designs using low-light tolerant species such as the Snake Plant and the Cast Iron plant. These planter beds offer year-round interest as well as provide light screening between adjacent seating areas.
New York, NY
Roof Terrace Amenity
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