Throop Avenue Duplex

Throop Avenue Duplex

1300 SQ FT | Bedford Stuyvesant

Throop Ave, a landmarked building dating back to 1889, received a tactical modernization that preserved and enhanced historic features including panel doors, millwork and floor inlays, while improving the flow and efficiency of the layouts. In the first floor unit, an internal stair penetration was cut to connect the first floor foyer to a newly-recaptured garden level. The garden level features a minimalist design that mediates between the historic detail of the main level with the contemporary style of the garden level.

Throop Avenue Duplex

1300 SQ FT | Bedford Stuyvesant

Description

Throop Ave, a landmarked building dating back to 1889, received a tactical modernization that preserved and enhanced historic features including panel doors, millwork and floor inlays, while improving the flow and efficiency of the layouts. In the first floor unit, an internal stair penetration was cut to connect the first floor foyer to a newly-recaptured garden level. The garden level features a minimalist design that mediates between the historic detail of the main level with the contemporary style of the garden level.