A super-high-end, from-the-ground-up townhouse looks like its 19th century neighbors from the outside but is entirely of the 21st century within.
A top-drawer gut reno with stylish, creative interiors brings distinction to a three-story row house on a non-landmarked block in Boerum Hill.
The owner-occupants of this classic four-story brownstone wanted to expand their living space from two floors to three.
A century-old limestone row house near Brooklyn's Prospect Park gets the high-end design treatment it deserves.
A full-on gut reno by CWB Architects and high-end interior design by Fearins | Welch turned an 1860s brick row house into a stylish home for a modern-day family.
It takes a certain level of commitment to transform a wall with a bold pattern or color.
CWB Architects pulled out all the stops on this renovation of an 1887 Heights townhouse, replacing unsound walls and stairs.
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.
A new central staircase and a big bay window enhance light and add space to a family's three-level brownstone apartment in Boerum Hill.
This brand-new row house, built from the ground up by Brooklyn-based CWB Architects for a high-profile tech-world figure and his family, slips right into its north Brooklyn streetscape as if it had been there since 1910.