Stonehenge NYC, a leading real estate company in Manhattan, and renowned visual artist Ara Starck, have joined forces to create and introduce one-of-a-kind celestial themed canopies, titled “Stonehenge Stellaris,” for two of Stonehenge’s properties. The canopies will first be unveiled at 41 Park Avenue and 20 Park Avenue, followed by an exclusive event celebrating the collaboration.
The Stonehenge-Starck collaboration will transform Stonehenge’s building canopies into unique works of art highlighting the company’s portfolio. With 23 properties located throughout Manhattan, each building’s character and identity contributes to Stonehenge’s unique portfolio. The canopies will draw a parallel between Stonehenge’s properties; connecting the buildings with the streets they inhabit using the streets themselves as the canvas.
Stonehenge’s mission is creating community through hospitality – welcoming residents into a home perfectly tailored to their tastes and needs. Stonehenge’s lifestyle division hosts over 100 complimentary events annually for their residents ranging from wine tastings to comedy nights. By offering more than just a place to live, Stonehenge enhances the resident experience and connects its community throughout Manhattan. Drawing upon Stonehenge’s ideals as inspiration, Ara Starck composed an invented constellation, a phantasmagoric map to connect the members of the Stonehenge family situated around New York City. The canopy is not only a piece of art but an instrument that grounds and brings comfort while transmitting fantasy and an appetite for discovery.
“I was introduced to Ara Starck through Culture + Commerce and immediately knew that Stonehenge NYC and Ara needed to work together in some capacity. She is a brilliant artist who understands how intertwined our city is with art. She shared our vision of using building canopies to tell a story of our properties located throughout Manhattan. We look forward to expanding this collaboration to our other properties and working with her for many years to come,” said Eyal Reggev, president of Stonehenge NYC.
For more details visit Stonehenge NYC’s website.