MOMOFOKU RESTAURANT - Pier 17, NYC

MOMOFOKU RESTAURANT - Pier 17, NYC

MOMOFOKU RESTAURANT - Pier 17, NYC

Location:  Pier 17 New York, NY

Program:  Commercial, Venue,  Retail, Restaurant

Status: Completed


Client: Momofoku Restaurant

Architect: SHoP Architects

General Contractor: Vanguard Construction

Scope: Designed by Shop Architects , the project included the use of both 3D scan and modeling LOD 350. The 300,000-square-foot, 4-story building contains retail and restaurants in a series of staggered, boxed volumes separated by open-air thoroughfares, mimicking the New York streetscape. These first two floors, called The Village, are clad in a zinc and wood rain screen system. The top two floors hover above, clad in channel glass on a unitized system. Each unit spans two stories (40-feet-tall) and is structurally glazed onto an aluminum frame with an outrigger structure to support the glass.

Services Provided:

• Worked with GC to identify issues ahead of the initiation of construction

• Preconstruction Full Scope BIM Consulting 4,000sf Restaurant

• 3D Scanning of Existing Conditions

• 3D Modeling of Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Systems

• VDC Coordination (Virtual Design & Construction) with General Contractor

• Clash Detection & Reporting

• Shop and Fabrication Drawings

• BOM (Bill of Materials)

Sources: Architectural Record