Brooklyn, NY, US 11201 · 186 photos
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The client’s ambitious program for the new structure required a new master suite with a spacious bath and dressing room, a dining room, a garage with a driveway (a luxury for city dwellers), and some outdoor living space. The spacious patio is surfaced in bluestone; the driveway in Belgian block. To avoid having to move to temporary quarters, the client elected to complete the project in two architectural phases, followed by an interior design phase.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
A grade change is a good way to cut out patio space and provide a seating wall.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
added by alastairm
(4 weeks ago)
notice difference between wood and grey alumin frames (I wouldn't mix) ... with red brick.
Can you add a grade change in an area with no grade at all? Or would that just look weird?
added by ptbthome
(8 months ago)
stained wood french doors on the left
Seating wall in back plant added height this could work well in two spots
added by jsamaha
(13 months ago)
added by marialice
to 41T ideas
(16 months ago)
brick with cement & black windows
added by merandolph
(2 years ago)
patio material; seating wall
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