The overhaul of a Victorian townhouse included replicating historic moldings and re-creating the home's original tea porch.
A high-end renovation in the Cobble Hill Historic District yielded a grandly proportioned family home with a sculptural staircase akin to a work of art.
Since their children no longer attend school in the neighborhood, the family decided to move, the couple said.
Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design helped the owners of a Carroll Gardens home bring in more light and regain the feel of a classic Brooklyn townhouse.
A dilapidated Fort Greene row house was gutted and its original interior details re-created in a sweeping overhaul by Gowanus-based Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.
Elizabeth Roberts Architecture gut renovated and upgraded a narrow Park Slope townhouse with an open kitchen, new wall of windows and high-style baths.
It takes a certain level of commitment to transform a wall with a bold pattern or color.
New woodwork, clean lines and rich materials enhance a condo in a recently converted bank building in Brooklyn Heights.
Ensemble Architecture gutted and rebuilt this late-19th-century wood-frame townhouse to create a loft-like duplex home, with a rental unit below.
This may be the only townhouse in Brooklyn with a room dedicated to a urinal, entered via swinging saloon-style doors. “It’s the kind of thing you can do when you have 6,000 square feet,” said Elizabeth Roberts of Ensemble Architecture.
The busy Gowanus-based firm masterminded the transformation of this five-story, 25-foot-wide corner building, taking it from a three-family plus doctor’s office to a four-story home for a single family, with a rental apartment and a professional office on the garden level.