Williamsburg-based artist and designer Leyden Lewis devised a home on Park Slope's Gold Coast for a nonagenarian client that is as elegant as it is accessible.
A couple saw potential in a nearly raw loft space with an expansive brick wall and oversized skylights.
A young couple and their architect transformed a dilapidated Crown Heights townhouse into four rentals that graciously blend the old and new.
An interior designer hired Manhattan-based Drew Lang of Lang Architecture to thoroughly reconfigure her family's converted industrial loft.
It was the three huge skylights that first sold architect Kevin Baxter on the 800-square-foot condo on the top floor of an old brick row house near the East River.
A renovation of an extraordinary parlor floor-through apartment was already in progress when the homeowners discovered they were soon to have twins.
The new owners of this three-story row house had lived for a long time in a dark rental apartment, so natural light was their first priority. Architect Jeff Etelamaki created a top-floor living area with giant skylights.
This two-story wood-frame house in eastern Bed Stuy, built in 1879, got a whole new architectural vision, including a new two-story addition at the rear.
The architectural tweaking and redecorating of this Brooklyn Heights two-bedroom condo grew out of a complaint very common among parents of young children. "Kids' stuff was taking over the whole apartment," said Erin Fearins of Fearins & Welch, a full-service interior design firm established last year after a decade as a department within Brooklyn-based CWB Architects.
Designer Sheena Murphy of Brooklyn-based Sheep + Stone Interiors creates a comfortable space for her family with spare modern furnishings and handmade items in shades of gray.