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HARD BY THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD, in a rented top floor loft in a former warehouse, Alicia Preciado has built and salvaged her way to a unique space with rustic/industrial character. It was the subject of my Insider column last week on Brownstoner.com, and I don’t know why it got only two comments, but I think it’s a beautiful and inviting home. Go here to read the whole thing.
GREAT, RAW, OPEN SPACE, hefty wood columns and white brick walls make up this quintessential urban loft, converted to a home for two by Ensemble Architects of Brooklyn. Read all about it in my weekly column, The Insider, on Brownstoner.com.
‘THE INSIDER,’ my weekly column for Brownstoner.com, ventured outside of the Brooklyn for the first time last Thursday, featuring a Jersey City loft-apartment by some new kids in town: The New Design Project, a collaboration between Fanny Abbes and James Davison. I like their fresh and arty attitude. To see and read more, go here.
Today, my column on Brownstoner.com, the Brooklyn real-estate website, is another wreck transformed — this one by architect Elizabeth Roberts with uncommon smarts and taste. Above, the dining room in a new two-story addition, seamlessly integrated with the garden. Check out the full post, including a really great farmhouse kitchen, here.