In this Crown Heights brownstone, spaces are defined by built-in graphic millwork compositions and vivid three-dimensional color treatments punctuated by skylights, fireplaces and bold lighting choices sourced from Innermost Lighting
Sunlight floods this Windsor Place Townhouse following a full gut renovation. After removing the interior walls on the ground floor, the open living and kitchen areas share a floor-through view from the entrance to the expansive rear yard and deck.
Originally a manufacturing plant for the Brooklyn Bottling Company and Dr. Brown’s Soda in 1936, this converted soda factory was a real treat for us to work on in the heart of Williamsburg.
In the entry hallway we wrapped an existing wall with new wooden fins that are perforated into an oversized pegboard, allowing it to function as storage (seen below on the left).
Greenwood Heights Rooftop Addition project focused on adding an additional story to a 3 floor townhouse. Zoning regulations meant that the new addition had to be set back 15 feet from the front wall of the house. This space is utilized as an outdoor deck with an exterior fireplace.
This expansion of a three-story townhouse located in Park Slope responds to the row house typology and its typical direction of front to back. Intent on creating volumetric relationships, we decided to design an extension that links the main floor by both horizontally and vertically interlocking the space between the living areas