An architecture firm "at the intersecton of architecture
and sustainability". Founded in 2003 by Robert Fox and Richard
Cox, both formerly principals at award-winning
architecture firms. Cook+Fox "strives to solve
complex spatial, environmental and practical equations
in the form of beautiful, contextually inspired,
Buildings Designed / Worked On
This is the list of New York City residential buildings designed (or worked on, in some
capacity) by Cook+Fox Architects
(see also the map of buildings by Cook+Fox Architects):
- The Caroline
(60 West 23rd Street, Flatiron District) photos - 19 listings: 12 no-fee and 7 fee apts
A modern high-rise landmark building offering a gym, a pool, a garage and laundry facilities.
- The Chelsea Grande
(460 West 20th Street, Chelsea)
A modern mid-rise landmark doorman elevator building offering a gym and laundry facilities. The frame is "built with sand-line wood mold bricks, whose irregularities speak to....
- Historic Front Street
- 5 listings, all of them 'no-fee' apts
A 7-building complex. This residential and retail complex project combines several historic buildings in the South Street Seaport area. The apartments have high ceilings.
- Tribeca Bridge Tower
(450 North End Avenue, Battery Park City) photos - 3 listings, all of them 'no-fee' apts
A modern high-rise doorman building offering a gym and a children's play area. The apartments have high ceilings.
Last modified on: March 26, 2007.