Floor plans from an architect who moved to Brooklyn around 1873 reveal how row house living changed over the course of the 19th century.
With its low stoop, center stair, intimate scale and rounded forms, Anglo-Italianate is a quaint and feminine building type.
Seven years after its author's death, the 1972 book “Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House” returns in a new and expanded edition.
Join us for an evening to hear from experts about the history, care, purchase, financing and renovation of brownstones and townhouses in Brooklyn.
Join us for an evening in conversation with experts to learn about the history, care, purchase, financing and renovation of brownstones and townhouses in Brooklyn.
Join us for an evening in conversation with brownstone and townhouse experts to learn about the history, care, purchase, financing and renovation of houses in Brooklyn.
A new edition of Charles Lockwood's seminal 'Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House' features new text, photography and design.
Tall, narrow windows are one of the defining characteristics of a brownstone, and for some lucky homeowners, the century-old wood windows remain intact.
When it comes to painting the walls of a brownstone or townhouse, classic and neutral colors work best, designers say.
Squeezing a powder room into the parlor level of a brownstone or townhouse can be one of the trickiest parts of a renovation, especially if you are trying to preserve original details like crown molding and woodwork.