Stone countertops and backsplash
Custom cabinetry in kitchens and bathrooms
Energy saving washer and dryer
Nest Learning Thermostats™
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1–Bdrm + Den: $3,886
Rooftop terraces with barbecues and fire pits
Rooftop lounge with demonstration kitchen
Outdoor swimming pool and cabana deck
Yoga and fitness studio with cardio and resistance equipment
Outdoor dog run area and dog wash
TROY Boston and its artwork reflect the dynamic and innovative culture of the neighborhood. Both established artists who got their start in the South End as well as practicing designers involved in new media were commissioned to create large-scale installations.
In the development of the last 10 properties, Gerding Edlen has worked with over 50 artists and designers, non-profits and community- based organizations. In approaching these various projects there is a consistent objective to work within the local communities to identify artists and designers whose work incorporates various components of Gerding Edlen’s standards for creating vibrant, inspiring and sustainable places, known as Principles of Place.
Measuring 6’x8’ in total, the piece consists of 192 collages, each six inches square and mounted edge to edge in a grid. These collages are created using reclaimed magazines and coated in a glossy, low-VOC resin. Created by a group of ten teen artists, the collages are bright, colorful, and full of energy.
Mural of 192 six-inch square collages from reclaimed magazines coated with glossy, low-voc resin, 6×8 feet
Location: Penthouse, Midrise
Akiba has been making photographs for 46 years. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Fogg Art Museum, the DeCordova Museum, the Brooklyn Art Museum, the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. He studied under Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at the Rhode Island School of Design where he received his Master of Fine arts degree. David teaches photography at Emerson College and Babson College. He is represented by Chase Young Gallery in the South End, most recently exhibiting a body of work showcasing behind the scene images of Boston Ballet dancers where his son is a principal dancer.
This commission features images created in Akiba’s studio by allowing sunlight to strike blue theatrical gels layered between clear sheeting that was folded, twisted and taped by the artist to reflect light in unpredictable ways. Akiba is known for working in a square format and this series represents the largest in scale of his work to date.
Series of five archival inkjet prints, 60 x 60 inches each
Location: Tower Lobby
Grimley is a graphic designer and co-director of over, under studio and pinkcomma gallery in the heart of the South End. Chris’s depth of knowledge in visualization technology enables design and conceptual coherence across complex projects. His work and writing has been featured in Harvard Design Magazine, CLOG, ArchitectureBoston, Architect, Volume and City Reader. He has taught at Northeastern University, Rhode Island School of Design and Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Painted hardwood, acrylic volumes, led lights, 14×14 feet
Location: Mid-Rise Lobby
Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data related to meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures using basket weaving and found materials intricately woven together with vivid colors. Each commission tells a story of the area. For TROY, the woven map of new/old Boston features several transportation lines, bridges and other historic elements from the South End.
“Mapping New/Old Boston”
Woven sculpture wall relief, 10×9 feet (approx)
Location:Amenity Lounge, Tower
Youth Design empowers urban youth to pursue a path to higher education and equitable careers by engaging the professional design community to mentor, educate, train and employ the next generation of design professionals. The Youth Design Studio is a safe haven for urban youth interested in a career in design and provides after school hours for students to work on design products, homework assignments and special commissions under the supervision and mentoring of volunteer designers and paid staff. Youth Design is Troy Boston’s community partner. The overlay composition of the TROY commission is a repeat pattern of simple bicycles developed by eight YD students for the bicycle room at Troy.
“Inspired To Bike In Boston”
Wall mural – Series of multiple, interchangable squares
Project director: Alias Aronson
Location: Bike Room, tower
For Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
If it’s Thursday it must be Boston….
The second we saw our unit-with its jaw dropping view, we thought someone exceptional should live here. We decided he’s got to have a lot going on—homes in different cities, clients from coast-to-coast. A home to him is a place to mix a cocktail and change before heading out to some A-list event, then crash before hopping on a plane all over again. The furnishings were selected for their comfort and style. Charcoal leather and chrome, black and white cowhide, stone suede, and rich walnut bring our vision for an “urban feel” to fruition. Our living room offers a great seating arrangement, the focal point being the spectacular skyline view. Instead of a conventional bed we utilized a lounge that can also double as seating during larger gatherings.
So grab a glass, find your perch, and get lost in all that glitters before you. Cheers!
The Urban Jet Setter
A pop-up outpost of the pinkcomma gallery, this unit will exhibit designers whose work has previously appeared in the South End gallery’s lineup.
This model unit is designed by Chris Grimley of over, under studio in collaboration with the furniture store Lekker in the South End. The space is orchestrated around a trio of low surfaces (bed, couch, table) that each sponsor multiple uses. They are integrated by a chromatic spectrum of grays, active against bursts of intense hue, that work in tandem with the exposed concrete ceiling and light finishes throughout the unit.
Urban Futuristic (No More Mr. Nice Guy)
D.H. Lawrence once wrote, “You can’t invent a design. You recognize it in the fourth dimension.” Drawing inspiration from designers like Eero Saarinen, Gulmi has teamed up with expert curator of Italian furnishings and owner of Sedia, Dan Weldon, to help evoke the architectural allure of Italy, a land as rich in history as it is in culture, art, and artisanal mastery. The Troy unit will be furnished with a rare Saarian table and other pieces whose purpose was born out of an unprecedented union of tradition and innovation, that were inspired by a continuous quest for craftsmanship and artistry. The unit will also feature pieces by master sculptor Jacob Kulin and a special surprise “closet.”
The Art Of Function
In our everyday lives, we live in spaces that are active, changing, and dynamic. By furnishing the unit with the subtle cues of life experiences on which to reflect and appreciate, these lived experiences can be contextualized within aesthetic, subjective and functional aspects of the interior design process. Gulmi has teamed up with Greycork who expertly craft furniture that is both meaningful and functional, to make a space that signifies the importance of designing your own world.
Life Is A Collection Of Experiences
Monochromatic, Gender Neutral Design using texture and pattern to show one’s style even though it has no color. Details include Subtle Glitter paint & Peekaboo Chevron wallpaper detail behind the sliding door.
15 Shades Of Grey
The major accent wall is a “tipping of the hat” to designer Mondrian—made of electrical tape and fun and bold primary colors. We tried to show that you can make a good use of space in a fun/animated sense.
Inspired by the subtly moody palette of blush and charcoal paired with the earthiness of raw materials like copper, marble, and plywood, this studio apartment is a sophisticated yet thoroughly comfortable and feminine haven. A sensual velvet sofa, sheepskin side chair, and shimmery shag rug, all provided by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, implore visitors to lounge while edgy artwork provokes conversation. The carefully curated collection is comprised completely of New England-based female artists, with photography by Cig Harvey, Alicia Savage, Laura Beth Reese, Tess Atkinson, and Grace Hopkins and paintings by Linda Cordner and Lee Essex Doyle.
Gerding Edlen’s Principles of Place guide one simple thing: creating vibrant, inspiring and sustainable spaces where people can work, learn and live. Gerding Edlen created the Livable Place Index™ to measure the global impact that sustainable buildings and their occupants have on energy, air, and water. And Troy Boston is no exception.
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