Brooklyn Brownstone

By focusing on exposing its original architectural features, instead of preserving them, this brownstone renovation was treated more like archeology than a restoration. The ornate moldings remained in the state that they were found, even when full sections were missing. The playfulness served as the backdrop for this client's minimalist aesthetic.

Photography by Julia Robbs

Publications

Escape into Frette with Elettra Wiedemann
Frette Fall 2016 Campaign
Lonny

Brooklyn Brownstone

By focusing on exposing its original architectural features, instead of preserving them, this brownstone renovation was treated more like archeology than a restoration. The ornate moldings remained in the state that they were found, even when full sections were missing. The playfulness served as the backdrop for this client's minimalist aesthetic.

Photography by Julia Robbs

Publications

Escape into Frette with Elettra Wiedemann
Frette Fall 2016 Campaign
Lonny

Brooklyn Brownstone

By focusing on exposing its original architectural features, instead of preserving them, this brownstone renovation was treated more like archeology than a restoration. The ornate moldings remained in the state that they were found, even when full sections were missing. The playfulness served as the backdrop for this client's minimalist aesthetic.

Photography by Julia Robbs

Publications

Escape into Frette with Elettra Wiedemann
Frette Fall 2016 Campaign
Lonny