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Victorian brick townhouse exterior idea in New York
Ben Herzog
Ben Herzog
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Brooklyn Heights Addition

Rear facade in Brooklyn Heights brownstone addition by Ben Herzog, architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.

Victorian brick townhouse exterior idea in New York —  Houzz

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Emeka Patrick wrote:November 14, 2012
Need to redo a backyard in Manhattan and wondering who did the backyard. Was it the architects as well?

- Any info provided would be amazing. Thanks!

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    Ben Herzog
    Hello- we designed the addition and rear facade and Elizabeth Cooke King designed the garden. The garden was built by James Stephenson from The Artist's Garden.


    We would definitely recommend him / work with him again.
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    Great project Ben. Love the details.
eggoce wrote:January 27, 2013
where is the black paint color from

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    Ben Herzog
    Hi- Sorry for the delay. I believe this is simply Benjamin Moore 'Black' but you should get little samples of whatever paints you think you might want to use to make sure they work for you.
nicolekouri wrote:February 2, 2013
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    Ben Herzog
    They are Ipe wood planks
liam1111 wrote:February 4, 2013
what is the width of this property?

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    Ben Herzog
    This house is 25'-0" wide
gabriellam76 wrote:June 3, 2013
htyen1 wrote:August 2, 2013
bethm3 wrote:June 1, 2014
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi- it was a custom design using many pieces from the 'Kings' metal catalog
  • Beth Schmidt
    Love the staircase! Where was it manufactured?
Jeanene Taylor wrote:May 22, 2015
What are the dimensions of this deck? It is beautiful & unimposing!

- Deck dimensions

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    Ben Herzog

    Hi- The deck is 13.5' x 5.5' (maybe about 7'-0" at the deepest part of the curve)

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    Raji RM

    The contrast between the red brick and all the black windows and doors is stunning! Gorgeous rear facade and the loop and spiderweb detailing on the railings are great too. Very 1930s-40s.

yayine wrote:July 27, 2018
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    Ben Herzog

    Hi- this was 8-9 years ago so my memory is a bit foggy but I think we re-used bricks from the demolition work to the rear facade to create the face of the addition.

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