KINFOLK 94   Completed 2014  Williamsburg, Brooklyn  Multi purpose event space, bar and retail  Building Size: 4000 square feet   Finalist - Bars and Night Clubs 2017 Architizer A+ Design Awards    Honorable Mention: 2015 AIA Peconic Design Awards    Finalist- Surface Interiors: 2015 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards   Publications:   Kinfolk's Hipster Haven in Brooklyn Oozes an Off-grid, Hippie Aesthetic  | Inhabitat (2017)   Kinfolk / Berg Design Architecture  | Arch Daily (2017)   Top 10 bar and restaurant interiors of 2015  | designboom (2015)   berg design delineates kinfolk studios in brooklyn with geodesic dome  |   designboom (2015)   Creative Geometry  | Metropolis Magazine (2014)  "The space should feel like it was designed for an off the grid Pacific Northwest hippy mathematician." The program called for a retail area and a bar space which would feel intimate with 30 patrons but also function as an extension of a larger event space with capacity for 150. Within an old car garage with 20 foot high ceilings BergDesign designed geodesic dome shell structures in the middle of the space. The dome shell divides the space roughly into thirds defining the retail space along the street front, the bar within the dome and the large event space in the rear of the building. The event space is visually opened and closed to the bar area by installing and uninstalling removable panels on one of the shells.

KINFOLK 94

Completed 2014

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Multi purpose event space, bar and retail

Building Size: 4000 square feet

Finalist - Bars and Night Clubs
2017 Architizer A+ Design Awards

Honorable Mention: 2015 AIA Peconic Design Awards

Finalist- Surface Interiors:
2015 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

Publications:

Kinfolk's Hipster Haven in Brooklyn Oozes an Off-grid, Hippie Aesthetic | Inhabitat (2017)

Kinfolk / Berg Design Architecture | Arch Daily (2017)

Top 10 bar and restaurant interiors of 2015 | designboom (2015)

berg design delineates kinfolk studios in brooklyn with geodesic dome | designboom (2015)

Creative Geometry | Metropolis Magazine (2014)

"The space should feel like it was designed for an off the grid Pacific Northwest hippy mathematician." The program called for a retail area and a bar space which would feel intimate with 30 patrons but also function as an extension of a larger event space with capacity for 150. Within an old car garage with 20 foot high ceilings BergDesign designed geodesic dome shell structures in the middle of the space. The dome shell divides the space roughly into thirds defining the retail space along the street front, the bar within the dome and the large event space in the rear of the building. The event space is visually opened and closed to the bar area by installing and uninstalling removable panels on one of the shells.

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