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Peek at the Courtyard Inside Bjarke Ingels's 57th St. Pyramid

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[All photos by Max Touhey]

VIA, the 57th Street building designed by Danish wunderkind Bjarke Ingels, is finally starting to take shape, and while we've gotten plenty of looks at the tetrahedron's exterior, these construction images by Curbed photographer Max Touhey show off some the building's quirky amenities. From inside the building, residents will have views of Manhattan's far west side (including the under-construction Riverside Center megaproject). You can also see one of the building's most distinctive features, the 22,000-square-foot garden designed by Starr Whitehouse that will sit in the middle of the tetrahedron, taking shape.

· Bjarke Ingels's Tetrahedron Finally Looks Like Its Renderings [Curbed]
· First Look Inside Bjarke Ingels's Quirky 57th Street Tetrahedron [Curbed]
· 625 West 57th Street Archives [Curbed]

625 W 57th St

625 West 57th Street, Manhattan, NY 10019