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West Eleventh Street Townhouse / Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design

The West Eleventh Street Townhouse was originally built in 1842 and was converted into a multi-family home before ERA was hired to restore the house for a family of four.

Paintbrush Residence / CLB Architects

Evolving as deliberately as the forest which surrounds it, the Paintbrush Residence stands as testament to the longevity of thoughtful design. Situated in a dappled Aspen grove outside Jackson, Wyoming

South Slope House by Office of Architecture

This project – a 15’ wide, 3-story wood frame row house from the early 1900s located in Brooklyn – was completely overhauled for a young family whose relationship to home, work, school, and child care has shifted over the last few years.

Sustainable and Modern Country Home by INC Architecture & Design

An 1,800-square-foot modern country home situated in the heart of the Catskills. This project marks the initial collaboration between INC and NevelHaus on the first of a series of sustainable and turnkey modern designed homes.

West Village Penthouse Renovated and Reconfigured as an Open and Airy Home

This sixteen hundred square foot floor through, West Village penthouse with a private roof was gut renovated and reconfigured as an open, airy two bedroom, two bathroom home.

Greenwich Village Loft Made by Combining Two Separate Units in a Heritage Building

This 12th street loft building, known as University Mews, is in the heart of Greenwich Village. Built in 1900, as a shirt factory, the structure has lovely vaulted ceilings that were left fully expressed in the renovation.

Dramatic Transformation of One Floor from a 19th Century Warehouse

“Loft living” sometimes forces a compromise between bohemian charm and individual privacy. The informal plan, ample natural light, and uninterrupted views of an open loft are typically at odds with the modern family's desire for private space and distinct bedrooms.

11 Foot Wide Brooklyn House Extended and Upgraded by Office of Architecture

The owners of this 11 foot wide row Brooklyn house were faced with a conundrum that many young families in New York eventually confront: the possibility of sacrificing location for space. After living in the house for eight years, the pair – architect/Yale critic Aniket Shahane and jewelry designer Blanca Monros Gomez

Manhattan Loft Renovation in a Converted 1864 Factory Building

This 1500 SF loft apartment is located in one of Tribeca's most beautiful turn-of-the-century brick buildings. The renovation transformed a poorly layed out floorplan into a series of serene spaces.