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A Brooklyn Renovation to Showcase a Mid Century Collection

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 30, 2014 01:01 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Dec 29, 2014

In addition to vying for impossibly cool urban status, Brooklyn seems poised to become the ideal showcase for Mid Century Modern furnishings—thanks to an abundance of early 20th Century apartments defined by volume and period details particularly suited to the proportions and profiles of classic modernist pieces. This Brooklyn Heights renvoation, spearheaded by Manhattan architect Ed Kopel, — Continue reading …




 

 

Brooklyn Heights ApartmentIn addition to vying for impossibly cool urban status, Brooklyn seems poised to become the ideal showcase for Mid Century Modern furnishings—thanks to an abundance of early 20th Century apartments defined by volume and period details particularly suited to the proportions and profiles of classic modernist pieces. This Brooklyn Heights renvoation, spearheaded by Manhattan architect Ed Kopel, extracted the apartment’s decaying and dated elements while preserving its enviable bones and wealth of windows—casting fresh new light on the home’s expansive city views and the owner’s swoon-inducing collection of Mid Century pieces. Have classics by Saarinen, Finn Juhl, the Eameses and Poul Henningsen ever looked more at ease in a spanking new context? Not on our watch.Brooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentBrooklyn Heights ApartmentVia Dwell


 

 

 
 
 

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