174 North Eleventh
178 North Eleventh is mixed-use residential renovation designed by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects. The building features an antique patina on copper sheets provided by Zahner.
The seven-story building is a former button factory and manufacturing warehouse, developed by Great Point Properties to serve the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. The building’s facade is divided between two distinct blocks of various sized blue-green copper panels produced on Star Blue copper, a standard antiqued copper patina developed by Zahner.
The firm has developed a growing number of works with Zahner, starting with the the Studio Libeskind-designed Contemporary Jewish Museum in which WRNS served as Architect of Record. Since then, Zahner has worked with WRNS on a number of projects, develop their unique design concepts into custom architectural systems, featured below.