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Condominium in Brooklyn, New York
Broome is a boutique 6-unit condo building in the neighborhood of Greenpoint in Brooklyn, New York. The design goals were to elevate the “traditional” townhouse and to incorporate the distinctive industrial style of the area, pairing both types of architecture. The result: an innovative design that blends alluring curves with the “grit” of industrial materials using a sophisticated monochromatic palette.
SCOPE OF WORK
Schematic design, design development, interior design, and construction administration
To create an engaging building with presence and beauty using monochromatic tones to direct viewers’ attention to its shapes and textures in a cohesive way. The different elements of the façade create a dynamic rhythm with arches that move in opposite directions bringing in a striking sense of movement to the building. The light brick and black metal strike a perfect balance with the curved composition embracing and showcasing windows and balconies.
This playful design continues in the exposed side facade with a grey vertical texture that evokes a unique corner view that interacts perfectly with nearby streets.
The characteristic curves of the façade are also present inside the building and the common areas, in the arched ceilings, and the creative soft-shaped furnishings like the kitchen peninsula. Other organic materials, like light wood panels and modern “concrete look” floors, make their own distinctive contribution to the final result.
Our objective was to create a transcendent interior design cohesive with an exterior façade that seeks to stand out in the block while keeping a sense of belonging.
The contemporary layout depicts comfortable integrated kitchens, nuanced by natural light. A stunning rounded island in warm textured wood, combined with white cabinets that convey calm
and harmony and a Calacatta quartz countertop and backsplash that bring in a touch of luxury.
Bathrooms include a solid monochromatic palette of marble-look tiles, stylish textured tiles, and original curved details and fixtures. The double sink vanity of the master bathroom includes flush-mounted - medicine cabinets and an elegant arched mirror wall.
12 Broome St. reveals a compelling design, consistent in every detail from the outside facade to the interior of the building. Taking a cue from the traditional materials and arched windows of the city’s architecture,
it re-creates beautiful and diverse spatial experiences with curves and arches across the entire building achieving design coherence and bringing beauty to the neighborhood. No doubt, a revitalizing addition to the area.
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