FTA's Design for Adam Pendleton's Clinton Hill Studio is Featured in Architectural Digest
Frederick Tang Architecture’s design for artist Adam Pendleton’s Clinton Hill studio is featured in Architectural Digest’s December 2022 print issue. The renovation transforms two former storefronts in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York into a tailor-made studio for Pendleton. Writes Kat Herriman, "Through invitingly tall glass gallery doors, shipped from Italy, they [Pendleton and Tang] carved out a series of discrete private chambers—Pendleton’s first purpose-built painting studio, library, and office—as well as a 13-foot-high white box viewing room. On the building’s brick façade they added a band of raked black stucco that calls to mind the textural surfaces of Pendleton’s paintings." Click here to peek inside the studio and read the full article online. Photo by Jason Schmidt.