Art is the ability to transform the unimaginable.
Designed and built by Aldo Andreoli in an existing small warehouse of approximately 2,000 sq/ft, this studio was used as a design-office.
Located in the trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg, on 7th Street, between Kent and Wythe, it was designed to retain the industrial look of the area, while incorporating minimalistic detail.
The existing brick walls were sandblasted, and two new custom-skylights added to the roof, to enhance the character and the light of the space.
A central table, fabricated by Molteni in Italy, was designed to mimic the bridges connecting Brooklyn to Manhattan, as a gesture of connection between the two New York’s neighborhoods.
Industrial windows were installed in the front opening of the building, to maximize the connection between the street and the studio internal area.
Conference table by Boffi and bookshelf by Living Divani. Ceiling-fan by Big Ass fans.

DESIGN: Aldo Andreoli
TEAM: Edoardo Coticoni, Claudio Delmonte, Paola Crosa di Vergagni, Matias Estrany, Enrico Gessaroli, Lorenzo Giubergia, Tyler Jorgenson, Gisela Lopez, Diego Pabon, Merve Poyraz, Caitlin Ryder, Carlo Turati, Peter Turba, Vanessa Valerio.
LIGHTING DESIGN: Victor Garbarino
CONSTRUCTION: Vladimir Banjac, Martin Montero
PHOTO CREDITS: Alexander Severin
DOORS: Lualdi
ART IMAGES BY: Etienne Prost