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Look inside hardware design firm Pensa’s 20 Jay St offices

Technical.ly Brooklyn got a look at the Pensa offices last week.

Photo by Brady Dale

Technical.ly Brooklyn got a look at the Pensa offices last week. We recently covered creative director Mark Prommel‘s talk on the design firm’s rapid development of the Street Charge system. The solar-powered charging stations will be redeployed around New York soon. (If you see any around town, hit us up.)

Here are some photos we took to show how many tools the company has on hand to help with their physical “sketching” and prototyping:

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Pensa is located at 20 Jay St, which we’ve explored previously.

Companies: Pensa
Series: Brooklyn

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