Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn’

Prototype micro home by Bureau V, Brooklyn – New York

October 11th, 2017

The second iteration of MINI Living’s Urban Cabin project is installed in the courtyard at creative venue A/D/O in Greenpoint. Created as a model for a tiny living space, the timber structure is designed to house up to two people, and to be added to in various ways by different designers and architects around the world.

Prodigious office by M Moser Associates at Industry City, Brooklyn – New York

June 28th, 2017

We wanted to celebrate being in Industry City by keeping the exposed columns – with blemishes and writing – on the original structure, while updating the space in ways that fit our client’s modern image.

Everlane showroom by Brook&Lyn, San Francisco – California

March 31st, 2016

Wood and leather wrapped case goods, designed with skewed proportions to maximize surface area, function as both display surfaces, storage and seating for trying on shoes.

Brooklyn Desk by Oeuf

February 5th, 2016

Slim, rounded legs and removable storage boxes create a modern and sleek design. The desk surface has 3 different height settings, so it can adjust for growing children to create the perfect spot for reading, writing and activities for years to come.

Paradise Syndrome Exhibition by PEANA, New York City

November 8th, 2015



Paradise Found: Latin American and Spanish Art takes over Abandoned Marble Factory in Brooklyn

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City

May 29th, 2015

For the next year, visitors at New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park will have the chance to interact with “Please Touch the Art”, an exhibition of works by Danish artist Jeppe Hein.

Breadberry supermarket by Input Creative Studio, Brooklyn – New York

July 11th, 2014

A soffit featuring wood fins and neon signs provides ways finding, while acting as singular design element that ties all of the departments together. Wood flooring and custom wall covering runs throughout the aisles, providing warmth and putting customers at ease.

GQ and Fellow Barber Barbershop , Brooklyn – New York

January 21st, 2014

The small 400 square-foot space has been decorated with wooden-framed black and white vintage photos and street signs to resemble that nostalgic barbershop we remember from the ’80s.

Lulu & Po restaurant by Kananshree + Vaidya Design, Brooklyn

June 18th, 2013

The main ingredient in the design is the sophisticated yet simple material palette. Exposed concrete, wood and classic subway tiles all meet in a small space to create a harmonizing effect. We layout the plan to maximize seating. In doing so we carved out 3 different experiences for diners – eating at the bar, a large table for groups and a general dining room.

Woolrich shop-in-shop, New York

May 28th, 2013

Heritage brand Woolrich have opened their first U.S. shop-in-shop at Brooklyn’s Smith + Butler, a store with a very compatible range of goods. The new retail unit measures 250 sq.ft. [23 sqm.] and carries the Woolrich collection exclusively in a curated environment, featuring a range of vintage home furnishings and antiques that have been specially built and sourced.

aptsandlofts.com office, Brooklyn – New York

May 11th, 2013

David Maundrell, founder and president of aptsandlofts.com, had a very distinct idea for the company’s second store front. As the go-to Brooklyn brokerage, Dave wanted to keep all aspects of the new office Brooklyn-related while executing his vision of a sleek and professional office space.

Brooklyn Fox store, New York

September 13th, 2012

Lingerie store Brooklyn Fox has just opened up a second store at 200 Bedford Avenue, which is just one block away from its original location on N. 5th Street. The difference between the two shops, however, is that the new address sells only clothing, accessories, and shoes, whereas the original boutique is strictly a bra-and-underwear type of establishment.

BICYCLE STORES! 718 Cyclery, Brooklyn

August 13th, 2012

Among the many bike shops in Manhattan and Brooklyn, 718 Cyclery stands out for its unique approach to doing business. The start-up, founded four years ago by Joe Nocella, is what could be described as an ‘inverted’ bike shop. That doesn’t mean 718 Cyclery sells upsidedown or backwards bikes, rather the whole bicycle creation process has been ‘inverted’.

Brooklyn fashion store by Witblad, Brugge – Belgium

July 2nd, 2012

New architectural concept for the multi-brand fashion store Brooklyn in Brugge (Belgium). Introducing the ‘shed’ to filter the central down light and create a friendlier feeling underneath an open space.

KAWS light bulb set for The Standard

February 1st, 2012

The Standard’s series of artist editions continues with Brooklyn-based artist, KAWS. This is a limited, but non-numbered edition of 1,000 sets that contain 3 bulbs each, of one bulb in each color: red, purple and green. The 3 watt bulbs have a warm low glow.

Kith shoe store by Cleanroom, Brooklyn

November 22nd, 2011

Bringing a sustainable urban edge to the space are recycled and reused materials sourced locally. Pallet wood was recycled into wall and fixture panels.

Goodship branding by Red Antler

November 9th, 2011

Brand a textile designer’s exclusive line of “slow-fashion” tote bags and accessories, designed and hand-printed right here in Brooklyn, New York.

D.S. & Durga + Staghorn Sumac + JOYA

October 11th, 2011

JOYA, the fine fragrance, personal care and home ambiance pioneer, and D.S. & Durga, the ambitious American perfumery crafting small batch fragrances of premium-sourced ingredients, team up to produce a limited distribution EDP.

Aesop Kiosk by Tacklebox, New York

August 23rd, 2011

Aesop, a skin-care company out Melbourne, Australia, has heralded its first push into the U.S. market by opening a kiosk at Grand Central that’s as American as apple pie. Designed by Aesop director Dennis Paphitis and Brooklyn architect Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox, the place takes the great American newspaper and uses it the way every American does: by piling stuff on it.