A new rear addition with two decks brings the joy of outdoor living to this gut-renovated brownstone in Crown Heights.
After a decade in an L-shaped co-op on the ground floor of a stately vintage apartment building, its owners were ready for a major overhaul.
A Brooklyn couple hired Alexandra Barker of BFDO Architects to conceive a new family weekend home.
Brooklyn's Barker Freeman Design Office rethought a Park Slope townhouse for the homeowners, expanding their living space from two floors to three.
The partial renovation of a prewar apartment resulted in two elegant new baths and a dramatic book-lined archway.
A wood-frame house occupied by feral cats required a deep gut on a tight budget to make it livable for a young family.
Architect firm Barker Freeman spiffed up a brownstone duplex with elaborate plasterwork, giving it a new kitchen and rear balcony.
Vivid color characterizes Barker Freeman's gut renovation of a generously proportioned townhouse for a family of five.
A pair of lucky, well-loved cats helped inspire the design of a 20-by-50-foot three-story row house, almost as much as the needs of its human occupants.
Barker Freeman Design Office shifted walls, upgraded finishes and brightened the color palette for the row house's new owners.