Interior Design: 5 Enviable Residential Buildings in New York

Press 09.26.2016
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Fred A. Bernstein – Interior Design

The redevelopment of Brooklyn’s downtown reached a crescendo with the completion of a 700,000- square-foot mall and office complex, City Point, and its attached 48-story tower, both by CookFox Architects. To give the 440 apartments’ residents a private garden, Rick Cook oversaw the transformation of the mall’s roof. Grass and gravel are arranged in wavy patterns derived from Roberto Burle Marx’s Copacabana promenade in Rio de Janeiro. Other attractions include a bocce court, vegetable gardens, and seating areas.

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