In this ground up, residential development in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, the existing amenity spaces were cold and underutilized. When Common Living was brought on to manage the building in 2016, I was asked to dream up new solutions for the ground floor lobbies. I wanted to contrast the stone heavy space and bring warmth to the building. With layered textiles, worn leathers, and furniture pieces with deep silhouettes, I redesigned the space to encourage residents to relax, gather, and work from home. Scroll to the bottom to see the “before” shots.
Photos by Seth Caplan
As Common’s director of interior design and visual content, my scope of work included:
- FF&E design and procurement
- project management and on-site installation oversight
- lead interior styling including sourcing and arrangement of objects, accessories, soft goods, food, plants, and florals
- final photoshoot direction