Kindred arch.works purchased this narrow, wood-frame townhouse in Brooklyn knowing that it would make a unique project despite the fact that it measured 12½ foot at its widest point. Large windows and light emitting polycarbonate panels are generously used throughout the renovation, such as at the rear of the house, where interior are niches appear as a pattern of light on the exterior. At the lower level, a once gloomy path was transformed into a stone garden. The interior was fully renovated and built-in cabinetry efficiently maximizes storage allowing this sliver of a house to exude a sense of spaciousness.
John M. Hall