DXA Studio Turns a Brooklyn Manufacturing Plant Into a Hot Yoga Studio

From the outside, Modo Yoga is pure Williamsburg. Inside, it’s universal Zen. That’s due to DXA Studio partners Wayne Norbeck and Jordan Rogove, who transformed the former 1900’s light manufacturing plant into a 6,000-square-foot urban oasis of hot yoga and sustainability. Now sparkling white, the masonry facade has new windows framed in weathered steel enticing passersby to pop in. Once they do, they encounter a blackened steel reception desk, a retail area outfitted in shelves of reclaimed mushroom wood, a green wall, and two 60-person skylit studios with cork flooring. Los Angeles and Paris locations are getting warmed up.


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