For the first time since, uh, last week, here's a look at a brand spanking new Zaha Hadid design, a characteristically colorless, curvy, space-agey condo structure for NYC's Chelsea neighborhood. It's her first New York project—though she did enter the ring for the city's High Line park design and the skyscraper on Park Avenue, which ultimately went to Norman Foster—and one NY Mag describes as "the delightful Earth home for the weary intergalactic superrich." To us, the 11-story structure—slated to house 37 "expansive" residences—looks like a stack of drifting dew drops, and well, that's pretty awesome, actually. More info over at Curbed NY.
· Exclusive First Look at Zaha Hadid's High Line Building [NY Mag via Curbed NY]
· All Zaha Hadid coverage [Curbed National]