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 Ben Herzog painstakingly gut-renovated a Prospect Lefferts limestone with lovely details that had been boarded up and had a roof leak.
OUT OF A 1930s WAREHOUSE on a commercial block between Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill, architect Ben Herzog and Brooklyn-based interior designer Kiki Dennis conjured a family home that’s both fun and functional.
The homeowners, a couple with three young kids, had lived in the 25-foot-wide, three-story building for years. However, the “functional lifestyle things were not working for them,” Dennis recalled. The answer was a total renovation.