08 Jan Look Inside Element 88, New Williamsburg Condo To Be A Source Of Conversation For Decades To Come
When walking up Meeker Street from the L, Element 88 is almost unassuming, its Neo Brutalist pewter-colored facade surprisingly blends in with trees and nearby buildings. But when approached from Leonard Street or observed from the Brooklyn Queens Expressway (BQE), the Element is singular in its appearance; its concrete forms jutting out from the building’s body like an extension of a living, breathing thing.
Inside, each apartment is different thanks to the building’s unique design. The Pacific Blue tinted windows, which are all of different shapes and sizes, create an ever-changing light show on the herringbone floor as sunlight fills the spaces throughout the day. The floors, in turn, exists in beautiful juxtaposition with the marble countertops and the walls.