MFLD is working with B+W Architecture on a 5,700sf interior fit-out for a flagship Bank of America branch in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Located on the ground floor and mezzanine level of a newly completed mixed-use building, the multi-leveled, double-height space has a corner street-facing entrance. The full height glass walls require distinctive illumination in this commercial neighborhood. The lighting design provides bright, non-glare illumination for clients on both levels and reinforces the open architectural design. The project is designed to achieve LEED Certification.
Pictured is a cove detail from an architecture model for the 2,200sf East Village Penthouse project combining two East Village apartments in a LEED Gold certified building. When complete, this large, open plan contemporary family residence with shared spaces will include architectural and millwork-integrated lighting features. We’re pleased to be working again with architect John Lee of Workshop for Architecture, who designed the Millerton Pool House that MFLD won a Lumen Award for in 2019.
The Harlem School for the Arts was recently featured on the cover of The New York Times Arts Section. MFLD provided interior and exterior architectural lighting designed to reinforce the transformation of an opaque facade into a glowing lantern as designed by architect Celia Imrey. Click h e r e to read article.