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BROOKLYN: A very private coworking space

BROOKLYN: A very private coworking space

BROOKLYN: A very private coworking space

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In Brooklyn, the interior architecture studio The New Design Project has joined forces with local designers Eskayel and J.M Szymanski in order to create a very private coworking space dedicated to creative industries. Neat balance between sobriety and daily luxury, Discover a workspace that borrows the codes of the hotel.

 

Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace
Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace
Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace

It is with care that The New Design Project Focused on creating a workspace to share a new genre. In these premises, all creative is welcome, whether Freelance or entrepreneur, man or woman, that he is in quarantine or that he has just been graduated. For there is the real feat to remember from this space of coworkinging: Despite a very marked style and a choice of sculptural pieces to make the ensemble stand out from what one is accustomed to see, this place is nonetheless accessible to all , and easy to proper.

The dominant black that is detected is without any doubts a judicious choice in this optic, as a neutral shade. It is interesting to see that for a universe housing creative, there is absolutely no question of colors flashy and Neon sconces. The designers have affixed to the universe of creation the moodboard by usual proposed to the businessmen, with of course this strand of madness, architectural choices and furniture peculiar to the innovative spirits (one recognises for example the chairs and armchairs Iconic of Pierre Jeanneret).

 

Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace
Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace
Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace

Fanny Abbes and James Davison . The New Design Project also called on local designers Eskayel (wallpaper, illustrations, fabrics) and J.M Szymanski (sculptural objects and furniture) In order to further register this project of coworking space in a local dimension, and at the heart of the effervescence of the creative environment of Brooklyn. Moreover, their respective actions allow the project to gain in lightness as in depth, whether by offsetting the black and intense plain colors by delicate work by Eskayel, or by bringing a dose of poetry and enjoyment within the workspaces through delicate sculptures and unique furniture for J.M Szymanski.

Finally, it should be noted that this place borrows many Codes in the hotel industry And that undeniable comfort here perceived to be much to do with a hotel lobby or even the private lounge of a suite... The design, as a whole, is efficient and functional with key, luxurious touches, and greatly involved in making the difference between the Private Members Workspace and the others...

 

Coworking: The New Design Project, Private Members Workspace

 

Photographs: Will Ellis

97 N 10th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249

 

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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