Every detail considered.

 

To celebrate the heritage of a landmarked 1800’s Brooklyn schoolhouse, we transformed a utilitarian artist loft into a glamorous home, rich with period appropriate detail. Inspired by the building’s character, we designed custom Victorian millwork and tracked down the original tin ceiling tiles. We utilized salvaged doors and hardware, antique earthenware sinks and claw foot tubs. We chose reclaimed North American Chestnut flooring and a mix of 1700’s Delft ceramic tiles to add a unique touch to the kitchen and bathrooms.
The timeless backdrop plays off the modern mix of furniture White Arrow designed, customized, and sourced. The home features contemporary and classic brands such as Tobia Scarpa, Stilnovo, Yves Klein, Paul McCobb, Milo Baughman, Brendan Ravenhill and Calico Wallpaper. 

We closely collaborated with architectural firm Space Exploration and general contractor Tristan Warner to create a home rooted in its past but updated with modern conveniences and a distinctly artistic point of view.

This project was featured on Architectural Digest Online.

 
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