The problem: how to make a perception of mild and house in a notably slender late 19th-century townhouse? Found in Brooklyn’s Park Slope, the structure—with an interior width of 13.5 feet— was bought by a young loved ones of a few who wished to preserve the sequence of rooms. Equally importantly, they wished a fantastic-searching, central kitchen to substitute the beat-up laminate design and style in the basement.
They identified architects Anshu Bangia and Willam Agostinho on Remodelista. Customers of the Remodelista Architect & Designer Directory known for their considerate, thoroughly clean-lined work, the couple were being hired to carry out a top-to-bottom update. Not remarkably, it’s their clever kitchen area option, an extension on the parlor ground, that the owners say is their most loved room in the property. Come acquire a glance.
Images by Nicole Franzen, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho.
The architects also created practical “transitional spaces” involving residing areas: “utilities and storage are located in these interstitial spaces,” describes Bangia. The architects worked with contractor Ralph Attanasia of Showcase Design, and Janik Furnishings made all the millwork.