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Rendering of 127-129 Troutman via Beam Group/ Photo via Shanna Shryne Design Rendering of 127-129 Troutman via Beam Group/ Photo via Shanna Shryne Design
Boaz Golani’s Brooklyn-based Beam Group/J. Goldman Design is proving to be a design office not afraid to use color or to be inspired by hippy-dippy furniture. Their latest project to be revealed of their seemingly endless amount of work is at 127-129 Troutman Street in western Bushwick..
Designed by the firm’s Adele Schachner, the project is inspired by the mid-century “luck of the drawer” dresser that features a colorful tri-geometric pattern framed by a wood border. A rendering of the proposed building posted by the architects shows that the concept will be translated into a mix of opaque and screened panels. Breaks in the triangular pattern will reveal recessed balconies — “a double layer facade that you can actually walk in,” says the architect.
127-Troutman-02 Exterior rendering via Beam Group
Luck-of-the-drawer-02 Shanna Shryne Design
The development will be composed of two four-story buildings holding eight apartments each. Moshe Friedman is listed as the owner of the mostly-vacant site and the firm says the project has been approved and is ready to begin construction. The site is located directly across from the colorful creative collective called CastleBraid and is a 3 block walk to the J,M, and Z Myrtle Avenue station.
129-Troutman-023 Google Earth aerial showing location of 129 Troutman Street; CityRealty

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