Brooklyn Night Bazaar / JDS

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 Just in time for the holidays, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar will return to a warehouse the 15th through 17th of December.  The Bazaar will re-imagine the sights, sounds and smells of traditional markets and will be filled with independent vendors selling artwork, accessories, and furniture, along with great music and food. Our friends from Danish firm JDS will be designing the master plan for the Bazaar and different furniture pieces after the firm captured the attention of the Bazaar organizers with their innovative ski jump in Norway.  

More about the bazaar after the break.

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Inspired by Southeast Asian night markets, founder and Brooklynite Aaron Broudo wants to infuse a 40,000 sqf warehouse with 30ft ceilings on the waterfront with the energy and life of the markets. Highlights will include a curated vendor area of innovative retail entrepreneurs like Playbutton, Kill Devil Hill, and Sit & Read; an artist-designed half pipe that will double as the music stage; as well as video installations and light projections curated by NBNY, the group who helmed the Bring to Light festivals in Greenpoint.

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If you are in the area, be sure to check out the bazaar at 149 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg.

Cite: Cilento, Karen. "Brooklyn Night Bazaar / JDS" 28 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 26 Jul 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=187698>

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