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Brooklyn in the House
The design of this 3,000SF townhouse in a rapidly expanding area of Brooklyn connects lively (and in many cases locally designed and produced) furnishings with an exciting and vibrant art collection.
The Client wanted a home design that was beyond ‘white box gallery aesthetic’ - something warm, something livable, but also something extremely personal. The first floor, by nature of the open plan, had to work together as distinct areas within a single, fifty foot room. The material and color palette were largely anchored by the super-scale Anthony Giocolea photo, whose visual dominance magically expands the Dining area. Upstairs, the rooms are treated more traditionally, and reflect a variety of individual experiences and private moments. The most difficult task was… how to leave room for more?--