Feb 25, 2019 / Interiors
Four Corners Loft by Worrell Yeung

Four Corners Loft is a minimalist space located in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Worrell Yeung. Situated in the landmark Clocktower Building in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, the design of this loft capitalizes on the unique 360 degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Two distinct volumes become the visual and organizational hub of the loft, freeing up the perimeter walls to the expansive four exposures of the city skyline beyond. The volumes are materially similar, yet the scale, texture, and pattern of the white oak panels vary to create subtle differentiation. The reinforced concrete structure of the building is exposed and expressed, creating a contrast with the crisp, new elements throughout.

Photography by Naho Kubota