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WORKac to Design Brooklyn Art Facility for Eyebeam

WORKac to Design Brooklyn Art Facility for Eyebeam
WORKac to Design Brooklyn Art Facility for Eyebeam, © Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture
© Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture

Eyebeam, a non-profit art and technology center currently based in Manhattan, has commissioned WORKac to design its future Brooklyn home. Planned for the corner of Lafayette Avenue and Ashland Place, within a mixed-use development designed by Dattner Architects and Bernheimer Architecture that will include market-rate and subsidized housing as well as a restaurant, the 27,000 square foot cultural facility will accommodate for the organization’s world-renowned artist residency program, diverse public programming and innovative education offerings for adults and teens. According to the developer, Jonathan Rose Companies intends to break ground next year with completion slated for late 2016. 

Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "WORKac to Design Brooklyn Art Facility for Eyebeam" 07 Mar 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/484370/workac-to-design-brooklyn-art-facility-for-eyebeam/> ISSN 0719-8884