This weekend, our cousins over at Curbed NY paid their respects to Franky Gehry's newest residential project in NYC, named, appropriately, New York by Frank Gehry. The 76-story marvel of rippling steel is now a fixture on the lower Manhattan skyline and is officially open for renters hoping to shell out $2,630 a month and up to live the starchitect-designed life. The interiors were designed by Gehry, too, and boast all the things we'd expect, such as Douglas fir and tons of waves. Nice curves, Frank! Have a look above, then head over to Curbed NY for the full photogallery.
· Behind the Curves of Frank Gehry's 76-Story Tower [Curbed NY]