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.

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

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