This mixed-use Bedford-Stuyvesant development contains 17-residential units plus a synagogue and commercial space. The objective was to honor the appreciated traditional aesthetic while infusing it with a modern and sophisticated undertone.
Our design brings the two disparate uses of the building — the synagogue and residential units — to work synergistically, as a cohesive whole. The façade is cladded in Jerusalem stone and black granite for its distinction and durability. We strategically grazed the façade walls with in-ground up-lights to highlight the textures and accentuate the architectural details.
We carried the design into the interiors with the use of sophisticated and luxurious details throughout the Synagogue. Features include custom etched windows and backlit perforated metal motifs within a multi-tiered ceiling.