No doubt that everyone in New York knows the Via 57 West, a building that is designed by the star Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, and dramatically changing New York City’s skyline. The building, which has a total 709 units, was built with sustainability in mind. The energy-efficient building recycles 60,000 gallons of water a day, and it was built using responsibly forested wood. Not to mention, with 178 different floor plans, there’s a fit for any type of living situation.
Danica O. Kus is an architectural photographer who captured a new of photoset of the Via 57 West that takes us in a short journey inside the spaces of the 32-story building. Here are some of these pictures.