The problem: the way to create a way of sunshine and house in a notably slim late 19th-century townhouse? Positioned in Brooklyn’s Park Slope, the construction—with an inside width of 13.5 ft— was bought by a younger household of three who wished to protect the sequence of rooms. Equally importantly, they wished a great-looking, central kitchen to switch the beat-up laminate design within the basement.
They discovered architects Anshu Bangia and Willam Agostinho on Remodelista. Members of the Remodelista Architect & Designer Listing recognized for his or her considerate, clean-lined work, the couple had been employed to carry out a top-to-bottom replace. Not surprisingly, it’s their suave kitchen answer, an extension on the parlor ground, that the house owners say is their favourite room in the home. Come have a look.
Pictures by Nicole Franzen, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho.
Above: The rooms are organized enfilade: simply past the entrance door, the dwelling space opens to the eating room and a view of the brand new window wall within the kitchen addition. Openings between rooms had been enlarged—fastidiously: “the prevailing moldings had been eliminated, repaired, and in some instances added onto to maintain with the unique detailing of the home,” says Agostinho.
The architects additionally created purposeful “transitional areas” between dwelling areas: “utilities and storage are positioned in these interstitial areas,” explains Bangia. The architects labored with contractor Ralph Attanasia of Showcase Building, and Janik Furnishings created all of the millwork.