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.
Huy recently partnered with frequent collaborator Michael Yarinsky Studio to revamp the interiors of his Nolita apartment – including furniture layout, kitchen, and service spaces.
This rowhouse was one of two commissions on a single zoning parcel encompassing the end of a block between Strong Place and Henry Street in the Cobble Hill Historic District.
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.