Brooklyn Studio By David Berridge Architect

Editor   August 16, 2013   Comments Off on Brooklyn Studio By David Berridge Architect

Brooklyn Studio massive high ceilings with open beams and fans

Brooklyn Studio – contemporary interior design by David Berridge Architect

Down here, you will consider a modern interior and hopefully enjoy it. This is a project by David Berridge Architect, created for an artist who lives in Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, United States.


Elegant vintage indoors and Feng Shui outdoors

Brooklyn cool Studio massive stone blocks and juicy grass

What we see now is the result of the conversion of a factory building. It now offers its owners a comfortable place to live and work.

The high ceilings and many Windows make for a pleasant distance

Brooklyn cool Studio simple dining table oval chairs from Walnut

Stylish and edgy at the same time

Brooklyn Studio brick wall and fireplace

Simple metal chairs and shiny side table with an abstract form

Brooklyn Studio loft Smale stages to the work room

Brooklyn Studio by David Berridge Architect:

“This two-storey building at Union Hall in the historic Clinton neighborhood of Brooklyn is really an experiment. A well-known artist pushing the normal boundaries of the live zone (workplace, public, private rooms), to create an unusual arrangement of space and its use here”

Chest of drawers in cherry wood also serves as a headboard with storage space

Brooklyn Studio colourful artwork wood chest of drawers as head part

LED lamps and stable wooden pillars – a real loft atmosphere

Brooklyn cool Studio loft setting floor tiles beige

A multifunctional bedroom overlooking the garden

Brooklyn Studio striped seat cushions are in blue and white checkered bedspread

Slide no matter who plays the role of a door

Brooklyn Studio a sliding shelf as door

Stimulating stained to wake you up – yellow and blue in all shades

Brooklyn cool Studio square wall tiles in stimulating colors

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