Studio Gang crowns St. Louis with a new crystalline residential tower

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Though it’s been open for less than a year, One Hundred, a 36-story residential tower in St. Louis’s Central West End neighborhood, carries itself like a city landmark. Designed by celebrated Chicago architecture firm Studio Gang, the building peacocks along Kings-highway Boulevard, its tiered, faceted profile evoking a giant crystalline headdress. There are echoes of the art deco stylings of the nearby Park Plaza Tower, and in the late-afternoon light, the glass-and-metal envelope—a combination of curtain walls and corrugated anodized aluminum cladding—takes on a golden hue.

Manufacturer
Lorin IndustriesArchitect
Studio GangFacade Consultant
Studio NYLStructural Engineer
Magnusson Klemencic AssociatesAluminum Fabricator
KalkreuthLocation
St. Louis, MissouriDate
2020System
Curtain wall and anodized aluminum cladding Products
Kingspan rainscreen
Tianjin SYP Engineering Glass

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