Cocoon is a boutique flex residential space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn available for productions, events and off-site meetings. Designed and curated by Barcelona designer Eduard Monteagudo in collaboration with Brooklyn based designers and artists; the space is redesigned with the revenue generated as a rental business to create a critical architectural narrative questioning all aspects of the living space established by the status quo.
The project works as an incubator that helps to experiment with a business model questioning how and who consumes design with one clear mission: to create an educational open source physical platform that brings design, art and activism to a bigger portion of society while creating a profitable business. To reach this mission, we understand the space as a platform that not only benefits from the rental business, but also opens its doors to more experimental proposals from different areas of the arts and social activism in the shape of monthly events and social programs encouraging the nearby communities to get involved with our mission.
The space becomes a platform with a diverse foot traffic that intends to rethink the home as productive only within an old systemand to transform it into a hub that relates with the users of the new economy and spiritualities of our times: a healing center, a place for the arts and creation, a community tool, a temple, etc.
Some of our clients include: Chandelier - link; Jordan Matter - link; Tommy John - link; Knott Standard - link; Bet Networks - link; Bustle - link; Quirk Creative - link; Pio La Ditingancia - link; Dj Beauty and the beatz - link; BV growth - link .