A lobby in an Abrham Yaski - brutalist building. Dimly lit and depressing.


Creating a public entry space that would be true to its brutalist past, yet would feel modern, elegant and welcoming.


We kept true to the idea of the brutalist raw materials by exposing the main column in the midst of the lobby, using elegant brass and rough wood as a finishing accent piece. Careful architectural lighting design, black carrera accents and delicate art pieces bring this space into the current century

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