Stuyvesant Townhouse

Stuyvesant Townhouse

Brooklyn, NY, USA | View Map
Année du projet
Maisons privées
Andrea Patton
Fiche technique du produit

ÉlémentMarqueProduct Name
Faucet/Shower & Vanity/TubBlu Bathworks
Kitchen CountertopCaesarstone
Wall and Floor TilesCasalgrande Padana
Pietra Bauge
Shower ControlHansgrohe SE
Windows & DoorsAndersen Windows
E-Series windows & patio doors
Wall and Floor TilesNemo Tile Company

Fiche technique du produit
Faucet/Shower & Vanity/Tub
Kitchen Countertop
Wall and Floor Tiles
Pietra Bauge by Casalgrande Padana
Shower Control
Ecostat by Hansgrohe SE
Windows & Doors
E-Series windows & patio doors by Andersen Windows
Wall and Floor Tiles
Pennyround by Nemo Tile Company

Stuyvesant Townhouse

Linearscape en tant que Architectes.

How do you give new life to an old house? This is the question we had in mind when we started the design for a hundred-year-old limestone townhouse in the Stuyvesant Heights landmark district. The design strives to maintain the historic character of the house while accommodating a modern lifestyle. The choice of finishes, fixtures, and furniture strives to blend modern and traditional elements to create a sophisticated, yet hip, living environment for the client who is a young professional active in the art and design fields. It was important to maintain the original details of the plaster moldings, wood panels, and period elements that have lasting beauty and embody the history of the house while incorporating the openness and transparency associated with contemporary living. The compartmentalized layout of the original house was altered to cultivate an environment that promotes connections and conversations. The original dumbwaiter shaft was transformed into a light well bringing natural light into the center of the house and down to cellar level. The relocation of a half bathroom created a new opportunity to connect the kitchen and outdoor garden space. The extension of an originally separate bathroom into the new master bedroom helped to carve out space for a second bathroom. The choice of new cherry wood panels used throughout the project echoes the existing mahogany wood panelling while lightening the overall color of the space and revealing the richness of the natural wood grains.


Materials used:

  1. Unilock-Concrete Paver-Artline
  2. Anderson-Wood Windows&Patio Doors-E-Series
  3. Casalgrande-Wall and Floor Tiles-Pietra Bauge
  4. Blu Bathworks – Faucet/Shower - Inox
  5. Hansgrohe-Shower Control-Ecostat
  6. Blu Bathworks – Vanity/Tub – Series 700 Blustone
  7. Caeserstone-Kitchen Countertop-Fresh Concrete
  8. Nemo Tile-Wall and Floor Tiles-Pennyround
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