Hush Hush

Inaba Williams and Kyle May infuse HUSH’s Brooklyn headquarters with impactful interventions

A center piece to HUSH's new Brooklyn Navy Yard HQ, frameless glass conference rooms are rendered with semi-translucent red curtains. (Naho Kubota)

The ability to give attention to precise details when dealing with an expansive environment is no small task. The challenge requires that such elements be bold enough to resonate throughout the space.

With the outfitting of digital design agency HUSH’s new Brooklyn Navy Yards HQ, AN Interior 50 honoree practice Inaba Williams and partnering architect Kyle May were able to do just that. Their scheme ensures that minimal yet visually striking interventions could anchor a sprawling 8,000-square-foot, white-walled, former factory floor.

Counterbalancing HUSH’s virtual output, the pairing’s concept centered on integrating purely physical elements that express movement, materiality, and light. Sheer red curtains, custom cast-resin furnishings, chrome hardware, and reflective paneling made the difference in this project.

Read more about the intervention on our interiors and design website, aninteriormag.com.

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