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Founded by Jun Aizaki in 2004, crème is a Brooklyn-based creative design firm offering architectural, interior, graphic, and custom furniture design services. Crème’s growing team of international young designers and creative professionals works globally on projects including private residences, hotels, restaurants and retail stores. Crème is sought after for its unique ability to create distinct narratives and immersive environments for a wide-range of clients. Recently completed work includes five new restaurants in Atlantic City’s new Revel Resort; Amada, American Cut, Distrito, Lugo Caffe and Village Whiskey, as well as Motorino Williamsburg and a brand new addition to the iconic Redfarm in the West Village, and a multi-leveled flagship department store for lifestyle brand Journal Standard in the heart of Tokyo’s main retail district.
Currently crème is working on a penthouse bar, bistro and dining venue for the new Park Hyatt hotel in Doha, Qatar and a modern beer hall concept for the Hyatt Regency outside of Washington, D.C., as well as a food and beverage destination for the Grand Hyatt at the Baha Mar resort in Nassau, Bahamas.
Located in the emerging neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the firm surrounds itself with the cultural influences and resources that are unique to New York City. By maintaining great relationships with local fabricators and artisans, crème ensures a thorough, hands-on approach for all built elements in order to meet the needs of each client and create successful and lasting spaces. Crème was awarded a finalist prize in the fine dining category of the 2013 Hospitality Design Awards for its design of American Cut at the Revel, Atlantic City, and has been featured in the New York Times, Kinfolk, Metropolis, Architect’s Newspaper, BOB, New York Magazine, Arrive, Food and Wine, Attitude, Elle Décor, and Hospitality Design.