N.Y. building’s facade cleans air

New York’s 570 Broome boasts a subtle yet substantial environmentally conscious feature—its façade actually cleans the air. The 25-story luxury condo tower in Manhattan’s Hudson Square, slated to be completed at the end of 2018, is situated next to New York’s traffic-ridden Holland Tunnel. The building is clad in 2,000 square meters of Neolith paneling, a synthetic material with a stone appearance that is coated with a titanium dioxide nanoparticle-based treatment called Pureti, reports Architectural Digest.


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