Founded in 2006 by Adam Meshberg, the Brooklyn-based practice places a focus on integrating timeless architectural elements of the past with contemporary materials and methods of the present. Incorporating principles of sustainability, branding, and modern technology is central to Meshberg Group‘s practice. Careful analysis of how contemporary life constantly evolves and changes informs the approach to innovative, tailored design solutions, void of prescribed formulas.
The firm’s team of interior designers, architects, builders and thinkers develop unique, intellectually crafted projects, with a commitment to personalized service and client objectives.
The award-winning architecture and design firm specializes in thoughtful developments of residential projects and historic preservation.
Designed as a premier living experience, 15 Jay Street is a classic New York story. Decoding the ethos of American Industry, Meshberg Group integrates elements from the major American centers of production that cast the structural beams of a nation. Spanning its historic industrial manufacturing home of New York City to the west coast frontier craftsmanship of Seattle, the five residential units of 15 Jay Street are a contextual meditation on adaptive reuse for modern urban living.
Meshberg Group combined two separate dark units in an iconic Brooklyn waterfront building into a light-filled, custom 2,000 square foot 3 bedroom apartment for developer Laura Garcia’s own growing family.
Built in 1903, 139 Huron has a special place in New York City’s architectural history as one of its seven public bathhouses. With a nod to the building’s historical significance, the developers tapped a firm with deep expertise in preservation and adaptive reuse, the Meshberg Group, to design nine condominium residences.
In the baths, the atmosphere is one of quietude and restoration. Inspired by the original materials of the structure, the baths are enveloped in a mix of hand picked Bianco Dolmetti marble and pure White Glassos marble. They are anchored by custom vanities featuring white Silastone and large soaking tubs.
Welcome to the new old Cobble Hill. The Cobble Hill House, a 27 unit luxury condominium building located at 78 Amity Street in Brooklyn, features interiors and amenity spaces by Meshberg Group.
Designed by Meshberg Group to stand up to the demands of family living while preserving an appreciation for design and luxury living. Each condominium features comfortably large ﬂoor plans, herringbone white oak floors, Brooklyn built custom cabinetry, extra thick slab Calcutta marble countertops, and Gagganeu appliance packages. No attention to detail was spared by the Meshberg Group interior design team. Each home is a comfortable, inspired residence with nods to timeless architecture envisioned for contemporary Brooklyn life. Meshberg Group delivers an authentic Brooklyn welcome by integrating cobblestones from the street into the lobby.
This is modern living designed for a historic neighborhood.
This landmarked Italianate historic brownstone in Fort Greene, Brooklyn was originally an SRO that had many units. Our client’s wish was to turn it into 3 luxury condominium units. Meshberg Group designed the 3 duplex units and meticulously restored the exterior according to landmarks.
The baths were designed to be urban sanctuaries. The four fixture master baths feature a neutral palate to create a warm welcoming feeling. Free standing soaking tubs, custom floating walnut vanities, waterworks fixtures in polished nickel, and separate water closets with pocket doors of frosted glass are anchored by custom patterned marble floors. Walls are clad in neutral sandstone to create a soothing spa-like space. Guest baths feature stacked porcelain brick tiled walls, gray hexagonal porcelain floor tile, Waterworks fixtures, and custom walnut vanities. The modern jewel box powder rooms shine with custom made floating quartzite sinks, walnut trim capped Carrara marble walls, and custom Carrara marble mosaic floors.
In this complete townhouse renovation on a great block in classic Brownstone Brooklyn, the goal was to blend timeless design with cutting-edge thought. A mix of old and new can be found throughout from the new ground floor rear addition to the added rooftop deck.
In the open kitchen and dining area, traditional elements like doors and molding come together with modern features such as a statuary marble waterfall kitchen island, custom textured walnut cabinets and Thermador appliances.
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