Every apartment features floor-to-ceiling window walls, including operable windows, oriented
to the south and west. Floors are finished with an extra layer of nearly imperceptible
transparent gloss, to boost incoming sunlight into rooms.
Every apartment at 100 11th has a unique pattern of powder-coated steel window mullions—
its unique 'fingerprint.' These mullions frame specific views. Open, curved or rectilinear
spaces have been allocated to allow for a broad variety of furniture configurations that
take full advantage of the light and views.
Kitchens flow spatially into open living room areas and feature custom fixtures conceived by
Jean Nouvel to achieve the highest level of discretion and design excellence to complement art
and furniture. These generously proportioned environments are composed of stainless steel,
etched and clear glass, terrazzo, and custom lighting.
Jean Nouvel’s ‘total design’ approach is exemplified by his use of highly engineered bath
fixtures conceived by the architect for Jado. The sleek touch-sensitive fixtures include
computerized water flow and temperature sensors, and are complemented by glass, mirror, and
Corian surfaces, minimalist Kohler tubs and water closets, and ingenious storage solutions.