ODA New York has a history of using out-of-the-box ideas to both maximize desirable features and make the most out of awkward plots. For example, its East 44th Street tower is "stretched" to provide garden space despite being very narrow. Its newest project, 100 Norfolk, sees the firm do this again by turning a residential building on its head.
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