Worksted reveals interior design for the lobby of One Prospect Park
Two years after its production, Workstead’s luxurious interiors for the development of Brooklyn’s historic One Prospect Park West have been unveiled.
More than two years after Worksted first unveiled the luxurious design concept of its first residential building, One Prospect Park West, the full range of the exciting atmosphere of this luxury building pays homage to the site’s 1920s heritage. You can now experience it in the newly built lobby.
One Prospect Park West Worksted Interior Design
Built in 1925 by the Knights of Columbus as a clubhouse and social space, the building once featured a ballroom, restaurant, bowling alley and indoor swimming pool. Prospect Park. Almost a century later, the condo developed by Sugar Hill Properties has issued a similar statement by setting a new standard for luxury living in the quiet neighborhood of Brooklyn’s Park Slope (Penthouse just 6.95 million). Sold for dollars)-an unprecedented person in the region).
Against this background, the lobby of the building creates an appropriate atmosphere. Worksted created a statue-like interior that nods to the sense of historic proportions. The 16-foot ceiling and unique arched entrance echo in each of the apartments above, harmonizing with the limestone floors, sparkling bronze vestibules and marble sill. Similarly, the rounded wooden front desk refers to pre-war grandeur, but is definitely seen through modern lenses. In the adjoining lounge, wooden panel walls bring the visual quality of the graphic to the space, and collectable vintage furniture, Maison Gerard objects, and soft furniture from Zack and Fox bring a pleasing tactile sensation to the ancillary space.
“When working on the design of each space, whether it’s a common area or a home, we wanted to respect the characteristics of the pre-war building and provide residents with modern amenities,” said the company’s partner. One Ryan Mahony said. The result is a collection of elegant and functional spaces that are discreet yet magnificent, contemporary yet handcrafted for today’s casual lifestyle. The lobby’s Giallo Siena marble arched opening creates an entrance to the show, unmistakably Workstead, and the ocher lounge features an impressive 16-foot ceiling designed for intimacy. increase.
“The lobby and ground floor lounge set the tone of development, so it echoed the visual language established in these shared spaces in the house, which featured a large arc of simple crown moldings,” he said. Continues. “We designed the Park Lighting Collection alongside the interior of One Prospect Park West to refer to the pre-war design language of architecture. Lighting the lobby and housing design as the largest housing project to date. By incorporating it, an environment that truly reflects the brand was created.
With many of the building closures completed and the move in December 2021, One Prospect Park West will officially celebrate its completion in early 2022. §