Gothic Revival Brick Townhouse
This Brooklyn townhouse on a double lot was designed to allow for open relationships between floors, between the inside and outside, and through the living spaces as a whole. Creating light-filled, healthy spaces was important to the client as was the serenity that Passive House windows would achieve.
The house's outdoor spaces include a large yard, reclaimed roof deck above the garage, and the upper roof with a sweeping view of the harbor.
Note from the Architect
BIA Interiors worked closely with the clients do craft a home that feels cohesive, clean, and modern throughout. Each room has a character that is uniquely its own, but ties together seamlessly with the rest of the house.
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