Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Prospect Heights Row House, architect Jeff Sherman

Architect Jeff Sherman, of Delson or Sherman Architects, bought Prospect Heights Row House in 2000 when he began a ten years old restauration leading to the high-design home we see in the photos.
"When we found this house, it was an uninhabitable kennel. But even before its fall, it suffered from common row-house ailments: dark in the middle and spatially flat. Carving out the center of the house solved both problems. Now, a long slot of skylight spills daylight into the double-height dining room, about which the rooms on both floors are arrayed. To disperse the light, one bedroom wall is translucent; the other, open shelves. A two-story storage tower wrapped in copper defines the foyer."

Photos from Dwell and from Delson or Sherman Architects.

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