The Castle Braid Project was once a clothing-trim factory, long before Durukan Design came along and transformed it into a factory of creativity and stylish living. Every college student dreams of living in an artists’ colony at some point, but the same dream is now available to adults and young professionals who crave a little more luxury.
The apartment walls were designed for use as canvases, with ample light to illuminate the original artwork. The building also features a woodshop (imagine making your own home decor!) and recording studio, a gym, bocce court, and game room. Are you jealous yet? We are, too!
Economical materials like rebar, granite, and porcelain were used throughout the interior design to create an appealing, playfully industrial atmosphere. The lobby, of course, is the perfect example of this down-to-earth attitude. An old wooden piano, rebar railings, dazzling chandeliers, and rough concrete floors are set against sprawling glass windows – the Castle Braid Project is classy, but undeniably youthful.