The Future of Work
In Brooklyn, The New Work Project is a space that perfectly adapts to creators and innovators.
Nestled in a historic building that formerly housed Vice Media in Williamsburg—Brooklyn’s cultural hub with shops, cafes and restaurants within reach—The New Work Project reflects this new trend. Created by The New Design Project, helmed by Fanny Abbes and James Davison, this co-working space opened its doors in August 2017. Members are drawn from a range of creative industries including advertising, PR and marketing, architecture and design, TV, film and media, fashion and publishing.
Adorned in black-and-white with brass detailing, the different refined areas consist of workstations, conference rooms, lounges, gallery desks and private studios. Midcentury furniture and elegant lighting fixtures combine with custom pieces by The New Design Project and others created in collaboration with local designers such as J.M. Szymanski and textile company Eskayel.
“Brooklyn is now recognized as a thriving hub of creativity and entrepreneurship,” says Davison. “The New Work Project is an intimate, one-of-a-kind, design-led workspace for individually minded creators and innovators.”
Photographer: Will Ellis
(Published in DIGS Magazine)