The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Gorgeous, lanky starchitect Winka Dubbeldam has designed Tribeca’s first “body-conscious” condo, dubbed V33. It will fit right in! A fifth-floor condo costs $6.2 million; the penthouse is going for $11.9. [Curbed]

Annoyingly-named Canada furniture company Gus* is coming to America. But where? “Mostly masculine, tightly constructed, a top performer in Canada, and coming out in Chelsea.” [Apartment Therapy]

Hip, guilt-stricken New Yorker homemakers, rejoice! The Greenguard Environmental Institute has a free online “low-emitting” product guide online, with a new series of tips for keeping a tidily green home. It’s essential reading for people who fear “Spring cleaning can be hazardous to your health.” [Interior Design]

Tribeca’s “surprisingly family-friendly vibe” won’t be ruined this weekend, despite the influx of scary Hollywood types. Apartment hunters willing to brave the Film Festival storm can look at open houses on Lispenard Street (three bedrooms for $1.99 million) or Murray Street (four for $3.5 million). [NY Mag/I.D.]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday