Published on: August 15, 2011
More info about the project below:
Flavor Paperâ€™s repurposing of a former beer warehouse in Cobble Hill Brooklyn into a design studio, apartments, and ownerâ€™s penthouse, was imagined as an architectural statement as bold as their eccentric designs.
A neon installation reveals itself in a vault beneath the sidewalk and climbs through the glass-front stair tower.
Inside the penthouse, wall and ceiling planes clad in crocodile skin float below a layer of honey-colored indirect illumination, while custom chandeliers and illuminated tables conjure the ownerâ€™s fascination with reflective pattern.
On the ownerâ€™s rooftop oasis, illuminated skylights give a nod to the neighboring church steeples.
Lighting Design Firm: Lighting Workshop â€“ Doug Russell and Steven Espinoza
Project Owner: Flavor Paper
Photography: Boone Speed
Posted by: Mitja Prelovsek