Levenson McDavid ArchitectsVictorian Dining Room, New York
Residential 178 Garfield Brooklyn A townhouse gut renovation retained the historic 19th Century detail, yet introduced modern conveniences such as high-efficiency central heating/air-conditioning while giving expression to the sensibilities of this fashion designer/sculptor couple and their young son. © Levenson McDavid Architects, P.C. email@example.com
What Houzz contributors are saying:
When it comes to dealing with inherited items, people tend to fall on a scale between preservers, like Angie, and innovators, like Karla. Thank goodness for preservers! It’s because of them that we have precious artifacts and museums full of history. We are able to examine the past. Thank goodness for innovators! They build upon the past and push us forward with new ideas. The world needs both.
You can tell this place belongs to a designer and a sculptor. The design theme is brilliant, mixing 19th century details with modern and rustic elements flawlessly. This is by far my favorite of all looks because of its geniality.
Another amazing space filled with reused and vintage items mixed with new and unusual pieces mixed together making for a great visual display from Ken Levenson Architect P.C.
"The design theme is brilliant, mixing 19th century details with modern and rustic elements flawlessly." (melissa) "every single tiny detail of this interior is BREATHTAKING" (monica) "I'm a fan of all the different styles that are mixed so nicely here....modern artwork, art-deco chandeliers, country kitchen table, mid-1900s chairs." (designlonging)