Located in Brooklyn, NY, Today’s project was initially designed in 1898 by architect William M. Miller; the GRT Architects team has recently redesigned this four-story Brooklyn townhouse.
A meticulous intervention that perfectly combines the contemporary and the historical. An exquisite contrast between the simple pre-existing materials and the original use of, for example, linoleum and brass details. A simple palette, but carefully chosen, allows the interest of the furniture and art collection to stand out.
A restoration project that celebrates the old without forgetting the time in which it lives. If only every rehabilitation project were like this…Scroll down to find out more!
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