I worked on this project while working at New Amsterdam Design Associates, and am so happy to see it profiled in the New York Times! My favorite thing about Interior Architecture is the idea that it's always better to adapt and re-use, and I think that is exemplified so well in this building.
This is a beautiful Park Slope building that had been abandoned for years, with virtually no architectural elements left on the interior to salvage. However instead of tearing it down, we fully gutted the building and restored the it, creating beautiful modern apartments behind a classic Park Slope facade.
Via The New York Times.