Brooklyn architect Alexandra Barker thoroughly updated an old-school apartment to maximize the view of greenery across the street.
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.