Up-and-coming designer Max Aboody turns to affordable stores and artwork by friends to outfit his one-bedroom condo.
Initially brought in for a kitchen remodel, architect Kim Hoyt ended up transforming a dark, claustrophobic brownstone into a light and open home for a family of three.
Architects at Studio Modh merged two apartments in a former warehouse, honoring the building's history while modernizing.
Designer Edith Taichman creates stylish surroundings for empty nesters in a newly built freestanding house in southern Brooklyn.
Brooklyn architects Delson or Sherman added character and warmth to a developer-standard renovation, adding views of greenery from every level and easy access to a private walled garden.
Interior designer Megan Pflug helped the owner of a Williamsburg loft redecorate to achieve a "relaxed look with a glam edge."
Brooklyn architect Ben Herzog transformed a neglected Crown Heights limestone, reconfiguring it into a light and bright home for a family of four.
Brooklyn architect Alexandra Barker overhauled a century-old house, cladding the exterior with cedar siding and bringing in light with corner-wrapping windows.
The owners of a historic Greenpoint row house were so frustrated by myriad problems, they were ready to sell.
A light renovation brightens and freshens up a circa-1900 apartment for designer Jennifer Morris and her family.