Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

Project: Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex
Designer: vonDALWIG Architecture
Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Size: 1,930 SF / 179 SM
Completed Summer 2018
Photographer: Alan Tansey
Text by vonDALWIG Architecture

A renovation of a renovation. The lower level duplex of a Clinton Hill townhouse was purchased somewhat half way renovated by a developer. The floor plan worked but it just wasn’t right. Plus light was lacking even on the gracious parlor floor. Some plan adjustments, window alterations and general cleaning up of misplaced casings and moldings made the difference. Together with a more neutral palette (imagine former blue walls) to offer a background for the varied art pieces from the client, the duplex transformed into a new form of its former elegance.

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

living room, vonDALWIG Architecture

dining room, vonDALWIG Architecture

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

bedroom, vonDALWIG Architecture

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

Reconfiguration of a Lower Level Duplex Townhouse Condo for a Family of Three

bathroom, vonDALWIG Architecture

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