This historic Studebaker service station was renovated and repurposed as office and studio space for Brooklyn’s creative community. Originally built in the 1920s, the 155,000 sf structure required a complete exterior and interior renovation.
Selldorf Architects transformed the four-story building by introducing two 8’ x 92’ skylights which bring daylight to the deep floor plates. The building’s raw industrial spirit was preserved and updated with modern mechanical systems, IT infrastructure, a central circulation core including elevator and connecting stair, and roof-top photovoltaic panels.
(Photography credits: Selldorf Architects)