...as told by brooklyn real estate marketers.
Notes from Bureau V and its friends.
In the third installment of In Situ, Cornelius Dufallo performs with his electric violin in the construction site of the Original Music Workshop. His looped tracks reverberate off the brick and offer the neighborhood a moment of wonder on a late afternoon in July.
The Original Music Workshop Building in 1980, courtesy of the Municipal Archives. There was a railroad crossing nearby it seems…and perhaps an air of danger.
Another photograph courtesy of the Municipal Archives from 1940.
Here are some photographs of the construction site for the Original Music Workshop. The interior and most of the roof have been demolished and the existing walls are held in place by a giant steel frame. Progress.
Bureau V has been commissioned to design an affordable, multi-family residential building at 76 North 6th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The seven unit brick building features private terraces, a communal roof garden, and a facade comprised of operable doors set behind custom steel railings.