The Catskills house is environmentally sensitive through the use of an extremely efficient geothermal heat pump connected to a concrete radiant floor used for both heating and cooling.
Located in a distinguished Carnegie Hill co-op building, the 2,800 sf prewar Park Avenue apartment has been reimagined for contemporary family life while retaining its original gracious formality.
This 2000 square foot, full floor gut renovation turned a pre-war Upper West Side apartment into a clean modern residence for a family of three, while preserving its prewar features, such large generous rooms, tall baseboards and ceiling beams.
The Studio ST Architects has recently completed a renovation that transformed a small and dark studio apartment into a cozy and stylish one bedroom apartment.
The Cobble Hill Townhouse is a large, historic, 1850’s townhouse in the Cobble Hill Historic District. Previous renovations had divided the house into four apartments and compromised much of the original detail.
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.