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Although the architects wanted to retain the character of the historic Park Slope row house during the renovation, the plan called for installing quite a few modern features that added not only livability to the home, but also to its energy efficiency. The interior’s exposed brick walls and concrete flooring pay homage to the original charm of the space, but sustainable add-ons such as solar panels bring the home into the age of energy conservation.

 Thread Collective, Parkslope row house, Brooklyn home design, brookyn architecture, nyc architecture, architecture, home renovation nyc, passive design systems, solar power, solar array, green design, low environmental building materials, energy efficiency, green architecture, urban design, repurposed wood slats,

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The new design concentrated on strategically adding more open space to 2,500-square-foot home. A large folding exterior glass wall was installed to seamlessly connect the exterior with the interior, effectively bringing more natural sunlight inside. One of our favorite interior design features in the home is a strikingly beautiful 3Form plexiglass and steel staircase that leads to the upper floor.

Although creating space within set boundaries is often challenging, the design team was able to build a new rear addition clad in salvaged wood slats to make room for a new master bedroom on the ground floor.

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Photos by Joshua Lutz