Abelow Sherman Architects did a wonderful job of mixing old and new in this brownstone. Note the classic window in here has a tiny partner in the transom window over the modern door (you have to look very carefully in this shot). It's a great transition from classic to modern
Again, we've got a classic stained glass transom window over a modern glass door in the same townhouse. Very clever.
This is the same brownstone, and I think these windows and glass door are smashing. The black trim is a great touch.
These windows are so beautiful, and I love the way the geometry helps the doors blend in with the windows. It reminds me of TJ's brilliant triple-sash windows at Monticello.
I'm a sucker for a grid, and red trimmed windows are definitely not something you see every day!
I may be more biased by this view than by the windows themselves here, but the size of the opening sure makes the space!
Lovely arrangement of panes, windows, and doors, and yes, what a view!
These doors that let it all in are spectacular. The way they maneuver on that track is really cool too.
Cousin of the doors above.
Again, swayed by the view. Love the transom and I'm guessing you can flip open the bottom portions of these.
These are simply sublime, especially if this residence is up high as I am guessing it is.
I am really hard-pressed to guess what goes on in this room. The Scottish Feudal Castle-looking windows confuse me even more.
The Harlequin pattern is broken up by Broadway Boogie-Woogie colors, which makes the pairing of this classic window design with the modern fireplace work.
A Japanese shoji-screen feel.
I'm not sure what's really happening here, but I like it.
Who cares that the view is of a fire escape? It's really hard to get this much natural light in NYC!
Reminds me of the loft in "She's the One," which was the coolest apartment with the best windows ever.
Industrial, Functional, Beautiful.
This door just rules.
Classic two-over-two has a modern look.
Colonel Mustard, in the Solarium, with the yellow pillow...