This year we hopped on the party bus and headed to Brooklyn for the annual Beinfield Architecture holiday celebration. The champagne flowed freely in every direction as the bus defied gravity at every curve, delivering us to the the recently restored Wythe Hotel where we kicked off the party on the 6th floor bar overlooking the city. The hotel space was formerly a cask and textile factory built in 1901, a beautiful fusion of reclaimed vintage ironwork, timber and brick. Then across the street, to Brooklyn Bowl for food, drinks and spirited competition.
Looking forward to bringing in the New Year -
best wishes for a positive and productive 2017!
|Brooklyn Bowl was originally an ironworks(!) foundry, constructed using recycled materials, glass reclaimed |
from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and custody-controlled wooden floor boards reclaimed from the original building