Eleventh at The New Work Project - Williamsburg, Brooklyn
The design of ELEVENTH was inspired by the feedback of The New Work Project's existing members. The result is a space that is both functional and inviting, with distinct task zones and semi-circular breakout booths that foster collaboration.
Twelve private studios are furnished with custom floating desks, ergonomic task chairs, keyless locking pedestals, designer desk lamps, open shelves, built-in coat closets, and smart locks. The Lounge features several oversized skylights, stylish semi-circular breakout booths, custom tables, rugs and poufs, framed by decorative lighting in polished nickel and a dividing arched accent wall with wallpaper by Eskayel. Custom artwork, by creative director Fanny Abbes, sits against decorative wall moldings, adding subtle pops of color to the otherwise neutral scheme.
The Gallery is open but private and flooded with natural light from a large skylight overhead. A pair of vertical chandeliers in polished nickel, visible from the Lounge through two arched openings, hang above eight dedicated workstations, each thoughtfully separated with bronze glass privacy screens.
Bronze glass and curved forms feature strongly elsewhere in the public spaces and again in each of the conference rooms where a striking custom wallpaper installation by Designtex is reflected in oversized circular wall mirrors, and wishbone chairs sit aside conference room tables by The New Design Project.
Project Architect: JAM Architecture
Photography: Will Ellis