Though modest in size, scope and budget, this once heavily partitioned Brooklyn apartment is transformed by the insertion of a volumetric armature that creates spatial diversity in the absence of traditional rooms.
The public-facing areas of the Link Farm house are contained within a glass volume that floats across the landscape. The private-facing areas of the house are protected by a volume of locally-sourced stone embedded in the landscape.
The program for this 1840’s Greenwich Village townhouse redefined it as a spatially interconnected contemporary residence for a young family.
Primary features of this Dickerman weekend retreat house are its simple, open form and clean aesthetic. It emphasizes natural materials including a stone fireplace, Douglas Fir interior finishes, and indoor / outdoor rooms with a visual connection to the natural setting.
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,…
Tucked away in Soho overlooking lower Manhattan’s skyline, a beautiful cast iron front is included with this landmark early 20th century building that predates steel’s rise to supremacy.