TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

WHAT: Two similar new (ground-up) 4-story condo buildings in Park Slope

CHALLENGE: To accommodate modern living standards in a traditional
row-house neighborhood

STRATEGY: Massing and setbacks are traditional, window configuration
and materials more daring and modern

CONTRACTOR: ATC Construction Group

PHOTOGRAPHY: Ben Rahn, A-Frame Studio

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The penthouse duplex features a double-height dining room adjoining the terrace.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The penthouse duplex features a double-height dining room adjoining the terrace.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

A set of large glass sliding doors separating the living room from the kitchen and dining space, help to retain a sense of continuity.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

A view from the tall, open dining space into the more intimate living room.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The Master Bedroom Suite under the roof looks out onto a mezzanine office/library.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The terrace is covered with ipe wood slats.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The lower units have large open-plan kitchen/living/dining areas.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

In the lower units, large glass sliding doors can close off the dining room, allowing it to be used as a home office, guest room, or flex space.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

A tiled ceiling-to-wall transition in the public stair adds interest to an otherwise tight space.

TWIN CONDO BUILDINGS

The Penthouse duplex is entirely set back from the facade and has a double-height space facing the large terrace.