Mass produced, systematized kitchen systems designed for a kitchen manufacturer. Each part within the respective design was to be inter-changeable and comparable with IKEA pricing.
A major goal of this residential development on an empty lot in Brooklyn was to maximized the allowable square footage and apartment density per NYC codes and zoning in order to keep the units affordable, architecturally unique and “livable”. Passive environmental technologies of green rooms, sun screens, overhangs reduce the energy gain and usage, while warm materials and balconies help create a sense of home.
CONEY ISLAND COMMUNITY CENTER
This community center continued the boardwalk onto the building’s roof. A diverse program of mult-purpose space, retail, information-kiosk and restaurant/ cafe and gallery brought the life of the boardwalk and baseball practice fields inside.