The Insider: 12-Footer in Park Slope

DROPPING the objective reportorial stance I normally assume when writing The Insider, my Thursday column for Brownstoner.com, I have to admit I loooooove today’s house.

It’s just the way I like ’em: quirky (only 12 feet wide), flooded with sunlight, serene and uncluttered in a Scandinavian sort of way, livable, comfortable, and down-to-earth.

It’s a full-on renovation by architect Tim Rasic for his own family.

Go here to eyeball the whole thing. And please don’t be shy about joining the discussion on Brownstoner.

About cara

I blog (for fun) here at casaCARA, and write (for money) about architecture, interiors, gardens and travel for many national magazines and websites.
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1 Response to The Insider: 12-Footer in Park Slope

  1. Julia Mack says:

    Love the white and natural wood–creates a restrained yet sophisticated elegance.

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