The Prospect Heights Townhouse is a 20-foot-wide duplex in a Federal-style house in Brooklyn. The project consisted of a gut renovation with all new heating, cooling, electrical, and plumbing. 

The kitchen is located at the rear of the open parlor level and is detailed with oak chevron flooring, freestanding cabinets, and a recessed marble backsplash. A large, white custom steel and glass wall of windows and doors was installed at the rear of the building to connect the living level with the serene garden at the rear of the house. The minimal living room is highlighted by an off-white tadelakt fireplace.

The bedrooms and bathrooms are located on a completely reconfigured and extremely efficient garden level. The master suite’s steel white doors connect the bedroom and the bathroom to the garden. The master bathroom is detailed with gray tadelakt walls, unlacquered brass fixtures, and a custom white oak floating vanity. Centrally located on the garden level, the children’s bathroom includes a custom white oak wall-mounted vanity and vibrant blue-patterned concrete tiles throughout.

 

Design Team

Elizabeth Roberts
Elliot Meier
Jessica Gould



 

 

The Result

A minimalist home is brought to life with subtle textures, warm metals, and graphic tiles.

Architecture | Interiors | Objects