Morris Adjmi Architects

Morris Adjmi Uses Domed Brick on Facade to Evoke Historic New York | Dezeen

Dezeen has published a story covering MA's unique approach to The Grand Mulberry's facade. 

To design the new building, architect Morris Adjmi – who leads an eponymous local studio – took cues from the area's history and architecture, including its tenement buildings dating to the 19th and early 20th centuries.

For the street-facing elevations, the architect designed a rounded corner and a grid of rectangular, punched windows surrounded by red-orange bricks. A distinctive "Morse code-like" pattern was created using bricks with domed extrusions.

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