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Camp David

Oct 28, 2017
Changing the co-working formula, Milk Group’s Mazdack Rassi and Erez Shternlicht open Camp David in Brooklyn’s burgeoning Industry City. the 12,000 square metre space was carefully designed by David...
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Changing the co-working formula, Milk Group’s Mazdack Rassi and Erez Shternlicht open Camp David in Brooklyn’s burgeoning Industry City. the 12,000 square metre space was carefully designed by David Sullivan to reflect a sober, clean-line yet comfortable aesthetic that harkens back to Mid-century Modern interiors. Following a succinct schematic that both addresses the industrial heritage of the locale and the changing needs of today’s independent professional, the new venue employs raw concrete, blackened steel, walnut, and Calacatta marble. Appointed with furniture classics by Prouvé, Perriand, Bertoria, and Saarinen, the duplex complex features a balance of private and public spaces including 40 private office spaces, 4 conference rooms, an open plan lounge, a coffee/wine bar, and a balcony with sweeping views of Manhattan and New York Harbor. Attention to detail can be found in everything from a curated selection of art – including works by emerging talent Alex Cutler – to design details, revealing accessories by Ben Siebel, iconic dolls by Alexander Girard, and stoneware by Heath Ceramics. Beyond this sophisticated mise en scene, are a series of makers labs and studios that allow resident creatives to still get their hands dirty.

Camp David: 237 36th St. Brooklyn

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