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In Nomad, the Bauhaus Movement Inspires a New 55-Unit Condo

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Get a peek inside the sales gallery for the NOMA, complete with art from a Bauhaus legend

In May, sales launched at the NOMA, the latest residential project from Alchemy Properties, with units in the Bauhaus-inspired building going from $1.425 million. The developer also recently opened a sales gallery to entice buyers, with one very cool twist: Alchemy partnered with the Albers Foundation, established to honor the legacy of German artist Josef Albers and his wife Anni, to feature artwork, throughout the space. Albers, who’s known for his series Homage to the Square, studied at Bauhaus; FXFOWLE, who designed the NOMA, took inspiration from that artistic movement for the building’s architecture; and here we are.

The sales gallery includes several rooms that showcase the interiors of the NOMA’s 55 units, which include one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments (though there are currently only one- and two-beds for sale). The clean lines and modern aesthetic of the rooms matches the renderings for the development quite nicely, and live up to the whole Neo-Bauhaus look that the project is going for.

The sales gallery also has a model of the building that offers a fuller picture of its exterior. Check out more photos below.