With today’s social and technological paradigms in mind, 10 Montieth invites residents into a ground-breaking world of accessibility and connectivity, one that celebrates user experience and champions shared perspective. Encapsulating one full block in Brooklyn’s coveted Bushwick neighborhood, 10 Montieth’s distinct modular form holds studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments at affordable and market rates, each pixelating the building’s façade with cascading terraces. Here, living space extends beyond each apartment’s four walls with ample outdoor space: the sloping rooftop garden is primed for group activities or moments of solitude while the inner courtyards serve as unexpected urban retreats.

Where most residential buildings play it safe, 10 Montieth breaks the mold. The O-shaped height is lowered in key areas to increase sunlight exposure for the courtyard and interior facades while tethering the building to the community with a scaled down vertical footprint. Similarly, the sloped roof creates unique points of access from the top levels of the building and the structure’s shape allows for views of Manhattan from street-facing and inner courtyard apartments. A living, breathing canvas of expression for its residents and community, 10 Montieth is the ideal address for New York’s next wave of visionaries.

Location: 10 Montieth Street, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Client: The Rabsky Group

Size: 350000 SF

Team: Eran Chen, P. Christian Bailey, Ryoko Okada, Francesco Asaro, Kristina Kesler, Jason Bourgeois, Hadas Brayer, Brian Lee, Piotr Lewicki, Kevin O’Connor, Carolina Rodriguez Gonzalez, Heidi Theunissen, Audrey Topp, Nathan Tunkelrot, Sudarshan Venkatraman, Brona Waldron, Karen Evans, Kate Samuels, Yongchun Choi, Seungbum Ma