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BLDG 92 Entry
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The Brooklyn Navy Yard

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Workshop/apd, in collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, transformed Building 92 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a premier tourist destination in Brooklyn. For the first time in its 210-year history, the once cloistered Yard opens its gates to the public, celebrating the Yard’s storied past and prosperous future. Once the country’s top shipbuilding facility, the Navy Yard is now slated for redevelopment as a 21st-century industrial park. Located at the compound’s main entrance, the Center occupies the historic US Marine Corps Commandant’s residence, which was fully restored, and a new 20,000 square-foot addition that achieves LEED platinum certification with sustainable technologies. Inside are exhibition areas, space for job training programs, offices and a cafe.

 
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Status: Built
Location: Brooklyn, NY, US
My Role: Designers
Additional Credits: Design Team: Matthew Berman; Andrew Kotchen; James Krapp; Brook Quach; J. Tyler Marshall; in collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle.
Engineer: Robert Silman
Photography: Chuck Choi;

 
Entry Lobby; Courtyard
Entry Lobby; Courtyard
Back Courtyard / Welcom Lobby from second floor
Back Courtyard / Welcom Lobby from second floor
Custom solar screen detail & Facade
Custom solar screen detail & Facade
Dusk shot of custom solar screen with illustration
Dusk shot of custom solar screen with illustration
View of new addition from rear
View of new addition from rear
Illuminated courtyard; BLDG 92 Entrance
Illuminated courtyard; BLDG 92 Entrance

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