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Condominium in Brooklyn, New York
144 Freeman is a notable 8-unit condo that rethinks the essence of the traditional facade existing in the area, creating an absolutely statement design. The solid experience of the building is elevated by the joyful sense of movement of the windows and the lightness of a green pergola.
Brooklyn, New York
SCOPE OF WORK
Schematic design, design development, interior design, and construction observation
The design draws inspiration from the industrial heritage of Brooklyn, with its symbolic brick factories and metal bridges. Evoking an elegant monochromatic palette in a unique composition, the use of gray brick and dark metal creates urban aesthetics that celebrates the true beauty of materials.
A building with clean lines, exceptional details and solid materials that generate a subtle contrast and add depth and texture to the distinguished facade.
Always complemented by greenery, exterior and interior common spaces create a connection to nature in an urban environment.
Light Gray Brick
Interior spaces are designed with a mixture of modern and traditional elements. Matching the gray tones from the facade, the interior design creates a warm and alluring environment, with finely nuanced use of natural light.
Designed with functionality in mind, the contemporary layouts feature integrated kitchens, with comfortable islands in open
plan living rooms.The 1st floor duplex has a double height spacious living room connected to a private backyard in two different levels, which ensures the unforgettable experience of a private oasis.
Marble look finishes in kitchens and bathrooms give a bright and luxury edge while the herringbone wood floor evokes warm tradition.
The design of this condominium aims to capture the sophisticated and refined atmosphere of modern urban living. Creating sleek and contemporary aesthetic, the building reflects the dynamic spirit of Brooklyn.
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