A Progressive Collaboration
A talented team of prominent New York creatives and companies have worked together to form the foundations of Lantern House, resulting in distinctive architecture, custom interiors and world-class resident amenities.
Related Companies is a global real estate and lifestyle company defined by innovation in all aspects of design, development, service, sustainability and wellness. Formed over 45 years ago, Related is the most prominent privately-owned real estate firm in the United States with a portfolio of over $60 billion in assets owned or under development including the 28-acre Hudson Yards neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, The Grand and Related Santa Clara in California, and The 78 in Chicago. Related is a fully-integrated, highly diversified industry leader with experience in virtually every aspect of development, acquisitions, management and finance as well as dynamic oerings through aliates including Equinox® Fitness Clubs and SoulCycle.
Headquartered in New York City, Related has offices and major developments in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, South Florida, Washington, D.C., Abu Dhabi and London, and was recently named to Fast Company Magazine’s list of 50 Most Innovative Companies in the World. Related’s residential properties are consistently heralded as best-in-class in their respective markets nationwide.
Heatherwick Studio is a team of 250 problem solvers dedicated to making the physical world around us better for everyone. Based out of a combined workshop and design studio in Central London, they create buildings, spaces, master plans, objects, and infrastructure. Focusing on large-scale projects in cities all over the world, they prioritize those with the greatest positive social impact. Working as practical inventors with no signature style, their motivation is to design soulful and interesting places that embrace and celebrate the complexities of the real world. The approach driving everything is to lead from human experience rather than any fixed design dogma.
The studio’s founder, Thomas Heatherwick, comes from a background immersed in materials and making. His curiosity and passion for problem-solving matured into the studio’s current design process, where every architect, designer, landscape architect, and maker is encouraged to challenge and contribute ideas. Positive and pragmatic, the studio’s team is composed of collaborators whose role is to listen, question, and then lead the conception and construction of special and unusual places. Ingenuity and inspiration are used to make projects that are affordable and buildable.
March & White
March & White is a global interior design firm based in London, New York, and Los Angeles. Thanks to years’ worth of experience in the luxury sector, they understand the speed at which it changes. True to their mission to remain relevant through reinvention, they are now renowned as the experts in modern luxury. “Experience-Centric Design” is the unique process they have pioneered to integrate the human story into every space.
With a focus on health, wellness, and technology, each project begins fresh, like a story, unfolding with a coherent vision that closes the circle between ideation and conclusion to form a complete narrative. Their unique ability to anticipate world trends and apply holistic thinking to the needs of the client and end-user has earned them the reputation of creating meaningful spaces that both reflect and shape how we live, work, and play. Beyond design, they create places with a real sense of experience.
Hollander Design Landscape Architects
One of America’s most celebrated landscape architecture firms, New York City-based Hollander Design is known for gardens with unexpected textures, colors, and sounds that respect the site’s natural, architectural, and human ecologies. Hollander Design has created gardens and landscapes at every scale, from country estates and urban terraces to some of the nation’s leading cultural institutions. Their award-winning work has appeared in numerous books as well as in the New York Times, Elle Decor, and Architectural Digest, which includes the firm on its prestigious AD 100 list.
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