Rendering of 127-129 Troutman via Beam Group/ Photo via Shanna Shryne Design
The neighborhood of Bushwick, known for its artistic hipsters, is about to get even cooler. The Brooklyn-based firm Beam Group/ J. Goldman Design revealed plans for their project at 127-129 Troutman Street in the western part of the neighborhood. The project, designed by the firm’s Adele Schachner, is inspired by the mid-century “luck of the drawer” dresser that features an incredible tri-geometric pattern in bright colors framed by a wooden border, as CityRealty learned. Renderings show the building’s exterior will be composed of both opaque and screened panels.
Courtesy of Shanna Shryne Design
According to Schachner, the breaks in the triangular pattern will be recessed balconies, as “a double later facade that you can actually walk in.” The development will include two four-story buildings each with eight apartments. Owner Moshe Friedman and the firm say the project has been approved and construction will begin shortly.
Design courtesy of J. Goldman Design
J. Goldman Design is known for producing eclectic and contemporary buildings that find homes in some of Brooklyn’s artist-filled neighborhoods. The group has designed residences like 413 & 417 Manhattan Avenue in Williamsburg and an impressive townhouse at 860 Macon Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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