For the design of a small guest cabin with all the fixings on an existing foundation, BC—OA treated this 12′ x 15′ footprint – well smaller than a single car garage – as a little jewel box, packed out with the full functionality of a house four times its size,…
Amy Barkow was born in Great Falls, Montana. After completing her MFA from Hunter College in 2002, she had her first Solo exhibition at New Jersey City University. She has worked in New York City as an architectural photographer since 2000, an occupation that has influenced her studio art practice. Her work has been published and exhibited worldwide. In 2010 she was interviewed for Archinect's In Focus series. She has received support from The Santa Fe Art Institute, Times Square Business Improvement District /Times Square Alliance, The Artists Museum, American Institute of Architects and the GS International Art Residency Mt. Abu India. She has been a visiting critic at Pratt Institute School of Architecture, PS1 Moma, Cornell University School of Architecture, Hunter College, SUNY New Paltz, New Jersey City University, and the Montana State University School of Architecture, and worked as an art educator for the Joan Mitchell Foundation. She had six photographs in Branded and on Display, a traveling group exhibition opening at the Krannert Art Museum at Urbana-Champlain. The Museum purchased two of her photographs for their permanent collection. She lives and works in New York City.
LOCATION: New York City
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Instead of moving to a bigger space, the best option for this Greenwich Village client was to acquire the unit next door and combine two apartments into one.
Our clients’ love for an industrial esthetic tempered by color and texture, and their desire for a truly family-centric experience guided many of our team decisions for this spacious loft.
The private spaces of the Park Slope Duplex apartment are organized along a long wall painted a deep blue-gray. A new bath was added off the master bedroom, with both finished in shades of light blue and gray.