Wood-framed townhouse in Brooklyn

BFDO Architects refurbished the 20th Street House, a 20-foot-wide timber-framed townhouse with a small yard and front and rear extensions. They transform the layout and modify the size of the room by cutting in and expanding the volume of certain areas. In front, a covered porch and mud house are carved into the structure, making the door perpendicular to the street. This prevents visitors from entering the main room directly, just like most townhouses.

The architects use skylights, corner windows and floor-to-ceiling windows to provide the interior with the necessary natural light. The rear extension expands to 15 feet wide, paving the way for new kitchen and office corners.

To ensure that the front of the new illuminator remains intact, the architect moves the stairs to the other side and is now illuminated by the skylight above.

The corner window adds natural light while adding a diagonal view.

The bathroom combines bold tile and oak details for a casual, sophisticated look.

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