UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013   This project was a gut renovation of a 1200 SF loft creating a 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment. The existing apartment had a storage loft, which created a dark low entry, an enclosed kitchen and dated built-ins that robed it of its open loft potential. In our renovation a second bedroom was added, the kitchen was opened up to the living/dining room and a study/family room was created in a formally dark corner.  The kitchen features high-gloss cabinetry, glass backsplash, quartzite counter ans stainless appliances. The adjacent study has built in desk stained to match the floor.  Photography by Alexander Severin

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

This project was a gut renovation of a 1200 SF loft creating a 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment. The existing apartment had a storage loft, which created a dark low entry, an enclosed kitchen and dated built-ins that robed it of its open loft potential. In our renovation a second bedroom was added, the kitchen was opened up to the living/dining room and a study/family room was created in a formally dark corner.  The kitchen features high-gloss cabinetry, glass backsplash, quartzite counter ans stainless appliances. The adjacent study has built in desk stained to match the floor.

Photography by Alexander Severin

  UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013   Photography by Alexander Severin

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

Photography by Alexander Severin

  UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013   Photography by Alexander Severin

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

Photography by Alexander Severin

  UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013   Photography by Alexander Severin

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

Photography by Alexander Severin

  UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013   Photography by Alexander Severin

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

Photography by Alexander Severin

  UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013    

UNION SQUARE LOFT - 2013

 

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    In this project we expanded an existing 2-story house by about 75% with a new third floor addition and a 12 foot deep full height extension in the rear yard. The building is organized around a 10 x 15 core that allows light to penetrate from a large skylight on the roof down to the lower floors.  The ground floor was opened up as the kitchen, dining, and living room which leads out to the garden through a wall of glass. The second floor consists of two large bedrooms for the client's growing family, a laundry room, and a large skylit gallery. The new third floor has a master suite with 10’ ceilings facing the garden in the rear and a family room in the front that opens onto a south facing terrace with harbor views.  A fourth floor bulkhead allows for stair access to a roof deck.    This house encompasses several sustainable initiatives. The rebuilt facade features recycled bricks from the demolished front and rear wall.  This skin is both low maintenance & durable, and alone with the upside down roof, provides a tight and well insulated envelope. There is also under floor radiant heating, a condensing boiler / instant hot water heater, and highly efficient multi-zoned central air conditioning.  Low emitting finish materials wherever possible throughout the interior.    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

In this project we expanded an existing 2-story house by about 75% with a new third floor addition and a 12 foot deep full height extension in the rear yard. The building is organized around a 10 x 15 core that allows light to penetrate from a large skylight on the roof down to the lower floors.  The ground floor was opened up as the kitchen, dining, and living room which leads out to the garden through a wall of glass. The second floor consists of two large bedrooms for the client's growing family, a laundry room, and a large skylit gallery. The new third floor has a master suite with 10’ ceilings facing the garden in the rear and a family room in the front that opens onto a south facing terrace with harbor views.  A fourth floor bulkhead allows for stair access to a roof deck.

This house encompasses several sustainable initiatives. The rebuilt facade features recycled bricks from the demolished front and rear wall.  This skin is both low maintenance & durable, and alone with the upside down roof, provides a tight and well insulated envelope. There is also under floor radiant heating, a condensing boiler / instant hot water heater, and highly efficient multi-zoned central air conditioning.  Low emitting finish materials wherever possible throughout the interior.

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    Photography by Alexander Severin

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

Photography by Alexander Severin

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

  CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014    

CARROLL GARDENS TOWNHOUSE - 2014

 

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015    In collaboration with   Maya Parkhani Interior Design    Photography by Alexander Severin

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

In collaboration with Maya Parkhani Interior Design

Photography by Alexander Severin

  GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

GREENWICH VILLAGE APARTMENT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015   With the first phase of construction completed, this formally cluttered liv-work 1500 SF loft has been transformed into a serene and minimal home. The layout was cleaned up, lots of storage was added and the guest room / office was opened up to the living room with a sliding wall to allow the 30 feet of windows to light the entire space. The existing maple floors were bleached and the new lighting and mechanical systems were integrated into a high-tech, app controlled connected home system.  For now the existing kitchen was reused; repainted, rotated reconfigured. In the second phase of construction the appliances and cabinetry will be replaced, and a steel and glass transom and monumental sliding door will be added to separate the bedroom from the living space while allowing the windows to provide light into the back of the space, and the baths will also be revamped.  Photography by Kris Koller

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

With the first phase of construction completed, this formally cluttered liv-work 1500 SF loft has been transformed into a serene and minimal home. The layout was cleaned up, lots of storage was added and the guest room / office was opened up to the living room with a sliding wall to allow the 30 feet of windows to light the entire space. The existing maple floors were bleached and the new lighting and mechanical systems were integrated into a high-tech, app controlled connected home system.

For now the existing kitchen was reused; repainted, rotated reconfigured. In the second phase of construction the appliances and cabinetry will be replaced, and a steel and glass transom and monumental sliding door will be added to separate the bedroom from the living space while allowing the windows to provide light into the back of the space, and the baths will also be revamped.

Photography by Kris Koller

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015    

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

 

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015    

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

 

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

CHELSEA LOFT - 2015

  LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012   The ground floor kitchen of this historic limestone townhouse was a series of separate work surfaces, appliances, and fixtures without flow between the different functions. We opened up the  pantry closet and passthrough hall to the dining room and replaced them with ample storage cabinetry, created a breakfast bar island and expansive work surface, and added a wine bar. The dark stained oak island contrasts with the white lacquered cabinetry throughout the rest of the kitchen. The bamboo flooring previously installed was stained to match the historic oak flooring in the rest of the house.    The adjacent non-insulated shed was rebuilt and transformed into a laundry and gardening room. The former cramped laundry room was opened up into a spa like bathroom which was styled as a serene yet modern contrast to the rest of the historic home. We also added central air conditioning and a new glass door to the garden.

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

The ground floor kitchen of this historic limestone townhouse was a series of separate work surfaces, appliances, and fixtures without flow between the different functions. We opened up the  pantry closet and passthrough hall to the dining room and replaced them with ample storage cabinetry, created a breakfast bar island and expansive work surface, and added a wine bar. The dark stained oak island contrasts with the white lacquered cabinetry throughout the rest of the kitchen. The bamboo flooring previously installed was stained to match the historic oak flooring in the rest of the house.  

The adjacent non-insulated shed was rebuilt and transformed into a laundry and gardening room. The former cramped laundry room was opened up into a spa like bathroom which was styled as a serene yet modern contrast to the rest of the historic home. We also added central air conditioning and a new glass door to the garden.

  LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

  LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

  LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

  LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

LEFFERTS MANOR LIMESTONE - 2012

  PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progress   This project, currently under construction, includes a gut renovation, 2-story addition and deck in the rear yard, new rooftop stair addition and deck, and central A/C systems. This brownstone, converted into a 4-family in the 40s, retained most of its original details in the lower floors but had been stripped and reconfigured on the upper levels. This conversion is transforming it into a lower 3-bedroom triplex including a cellar family room, and two upper 2-bedroom floor through, one with a terrace on the roof of the addition and the other with a roof deck with great views to the north of the Manhattan and expanding Brooklyn skyline. 

PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progress

This project, currently under construction, includes a gut renovation, 2-story addition and deck in the rear yard, new rooftop stair addition and deck, and central A/C systems. This brownstone, converted into a 4-family in the 40s, retained most of its original details in the lower floors but had been stripped and reconfigured on the upper levels. This conversion is transforming it into a lower 3-bedroom triplex including a cellar family room, and two upper 2-bedroom floor through, one with a terrace on the roof of the addition and the other with a roof deck with great views to the north of the Manhattan and expanding Brooklyn skyline. 

  PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progress    

PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progress

 

  PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progres

PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progres

  PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progres

PARK SLOPE BROWNSTONE - in progres

  BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009   Sometimes the smallest projects present the largest challenges. The client wanted a bathroom on the parlor floor of their landmarked brownstone without disturbing the existing 19th century details. The solution was to use the space below the stair, which was previously closed off from the apartment below. The odd triangle of space, crafted in dark stained oak, matching the stair, also contains a broom closet, and a pantry/wine rack.  In the second phase of this project the kitchen was moved from the ground floor up to the rear parlor unifying the living spaces on one floor. The cabinetry and fixtures were integrated into the existing details; the closets flanking the arch were removed, opening up space for the counter and appliances. An island was constructed that includes ample storage and an under counter microwave facing the kitchen and bookshelves facing the dining area. Finally, a window was extended to the floor creating a door to a new deck and stair to the yard below.  

BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

Sometimes the smallest projects present the largest challenges. The client wanted a bathroom on the parlor floor of their landmarked brownstone without disturbing the existing 19th century details. The solution was to use the space below the stair, which was previously closed off from the apartment below. The odd triangle of space, crafted in dark stained oak, matching the stair, also contains a broom closet, and a pantry/wine rack.

In the second phase of this project the kitchen was moved from the ground floor up to the rear parlor unifying the living spaces on one floor. The cabinetry and fixtures were integrated into the existing details; the closets flanking the arch were removed, opening up space for the counter and appliances. An island was constructed that includes ample storage and an under counter microwave facing the kitchen and bookshelves facing the dining area. Finally, a window was extended to the floor creating a door to a new deck and stair to the yard below.  

  BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

  BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

  BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

  BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

BOERUM HILL TOWNHOUSE - 2009

  BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011   This brownstone apartment had great light but little else. We opened up the existing galley kitchen to the living room, added a skylight and rejuvenated the bath, and replaced the fixtures and finishes in both. Period details and woodwork were carefully restored as a contrast to the more modern finishes.  

BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

This brownstone apartment had great light but little else. We opened up the existing galley kitchen to the living room, added a skylight and rejuvenated the bath, and replaced the fixtures and finishes in both. Period details and woodwork were carefully restored as a contrast to the more modern finishes.  

  BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

  BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

  BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

  BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

BOERUM HILL APARTMENT - 2011

  CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017   This project, currently under construction, is the redevelopment of a 3-story townhouse into a 4-story plus finished cellar and penthouse 2-unit condominium. The crumbling stucco facade is being replaced with handmade dutch brick and the living space is being doubled with a 11 foot deep extension into the rear yard and full floor addition above. The garden unit will feature an open living space on the first floor leading to a deck and the garden below, two bedrooms/two bathrooms including an en-suite master on the second floor, and a open recreation room and third bedroom on the garden level. The penthouse unit has a similar layout, with an open living/kitchen layout on the third floor complemented by a flexible dining room/third bedroom, two bedrooms/two bathrooms including an en-suite master on the fourth floor, and culminating with a penthouse study and roof deck with harbor and skyline views.

CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

This project, currently under construction, is the redevelopment of a 3-story townhouse into a 4-story plus finished cellar and penthouse 2-unit condominium. The crumbling stucco facade is being replaced with handmade dutch brick and the living space is being doubled with a 11 foot deep extension into the rear yard and full floor addition above. The garden unit will feature an open living space on the first floor leading to a deck and the garden below, two bedrooms/two bathrooms including an en-suite master on the second floor, and a open recreation room and third bedroom on the garden level. The penthouse unit has a similar layout, with an open living/kitchen layout on the third floor complemented by a flexible dining room/third bedroom, two bedrooms/two bathrooms including an en-suite master on the fourth floor, and culminating with a penthouse study and roof deck with harbor and skyline views.

  CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

  CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

  CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

  CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017    

CARROLL GARDENS CONDOS - 2016-2017

 

  DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017   This project, currently under construction, is an all but teardown of an existing 2000 SF 1953 split-level ranch house, transforming it into a 4000 SF modern home. A floating steel and oak stair leads up from the garage and recreation room in the cellar, to the the open living space on the first floor, to four bedrooms and four baths on the second floor and then to soaring penthouse and roof deck with views across the treetops to Alley Pond Park.

DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

This project, currently under construction, is an all but teardown of an existing 2000 SF 1953 split-level ranch house, transforming it into a 4000 SF modern home. A floating steel and oak stair leads up from the garage and recreation room in the cellar, to the the open living space on the first floor, to four bedrooms and four baths on the second floor and then to soaring penthouse and roof deck with views across the treetops to Alley Pond Park.

  DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

  DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

  DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

DOUGLASTON HOUSE - 2016-2017

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012 - with The Stephen B. Jacobs Group   These three project for Glenwood Management will consist of over 800 units of mixed luxury and affordable housing when completed. In the Garment District, the 25-story 200-unit Crystal Green features a mix of studio to 2-bedroom units, and a wide range of amenity spaces including a gym, lounge and landscaped terrace, playroom, billiards room and two levels of parking. On the Upper West Side will rise two towers, 54 & 49 stories, containing approximately 600 units ranging from studios to a 4-bedroom duplex penthouse and will feature, among similar amenities to Crystal Green, a 2-acre garden built above an existing underground garage and a rooftop pool.

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012 - with The Stephen B. Jacobs Group

These three project for Glenwood Management will consist of over 800 units of mixed luxury and affordable housing when completed. In the Garment District, the 25-story 200-unit Crystal Green features a mix of studio to 2-bedroom units, and a wide range of amenity spaces including a gym, lounge and landscaped terrace, playroom, billiards room and two levels of parking. On the Upper West Side will rise two towers, 54 & 49 stories, containing approximately 600 units ranging from studios to a 4-bedroom duplex penthouse and will feature, among similar amenities to Crystal Green, a 2-acre garden built above an existing underground garage and a rooftop pool.

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

HIGHRISE NEW DEVELOPMENTS - 2008-2012

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009 - with Goshow Architects      This LEED Gold dormitory, is situated at the center of two residence quads at Stony Brook University. Sited on a busy intersection, it unites the quads with a café, gallery, seminar rooms and a large meeting room, and provides housing for 600 students. Originally programmed as two buildings, the structure is united with a luminous bridge of lounges spanning a main access route to the campus core. The façade is a lively pastiche of colorful metal panels, reflecting the two quads’ emblems. The seven story structure is a combination of steel framing and metal stud bearing walls with precast concrete plank floor slabs; allowing for wide open communal spaces and a quick and economic construction schedule.  Winner of the 2011 AIA Long Island Chapter- Institutional Design Excellence

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009 - with Goshow Architects

 

This LEED Gold dormitory, is situated at the center of two residence quads at Stony Brook University. Sited on a busy intersection, it unites the quads with a café, gallery, seminar rooms and a large meeting room, and provides housing for 600 students. Originally programmed as two buildings, the structure is united with a luminous bridge of lounges spanning a main access route to the campus core. The façade is a lively pastiche of colorful metal panels, reflecting the two quads’ emblems. The seven story structure is a combination of steel framing and metal stud bearing walls with precast concrete plank floor slabs; allowing for wide open communal spaces and a quick and economic construction schedule.

Winner of the 2011 AIA Long Island Chapter- Institutional Design Excellence

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

SUNY STONY BROOK - 2009

  CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016   In this project we revamped the existing galley kitchen in this Carroll Gardens Townhouse. The wall separating it from the dining area was removed, we reconfigured it as a slightly larger U, and a new door and window were added to open the space up further to the deck. The Living Room and entrance areas were refurbished with new and recreated trim and finishes.

CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

In this project we revamped the existing galley kitchen in this Carroll Gardens Townhouse. The wall separating it from the dining area was removed, we reconfigured it as a slightly larger U, and a new door and window were added to open the space up further to the deck. The Living Room and entrance areas were refurbished with new and recreated trim and finishes.

  CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

  CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

  CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

  CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

CARROLL GARDENS KITCHEN - 2016

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017   We transformed this Flatiron former yoga studio into a golf simulator lounge. Four room-sized virtual driving ranges form the backbone of the space. In between we added a reception area and lounge, a few putting greens, and a bar and kitchen. Finishing touches include custom painted murals and faux-exposed concrete walls to give an urban contrast to the pastoral courses projected in the simulators.

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

We transformed this Flatiron former yoga studio into a golf simulator lounge. Four room-sized virtual driving ranges form the backbone of the space. In between we added a reception area and lounge, a few putting greens, and a bar and kitchen. Finishing touches include custom painted murals and faux-exposed concrete walls to give an urban contrast to the pastoral courses projected in the simulators.

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

  FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017

FIVE IRON GOLF - 2017