9 ways to transform a historic home with transitional style |

Here’s the dilemma: you’re trying to update a historic home that’s packed with original features. You respect the unique character and beauty of the house but want to introduce modern styling and comforts. Here’s the reality: a mansion-scaled limestone townhouse in Brooklyn, NYC, built in 1898. It’s all wood paneled walls, ornate ceiling moldings and […]

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The story behind Charleston single house architecture | Features

Paul Douxsaint, the home’s original owner, earned his money as a merchant of people, regularly importing Africans to the British colony. The people he purchased likely made each brick comprising the house. Other enslaved people worked on the rice plantations, helping to make Charleston the richest of the colonies. Small gestured to a brick […]

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Threefold bags planning for King’s Cross house | News

Full screen in popup Threefold Architects’ proposals for Wicklow Street, near King’s Cross Station. Source: vaars. Studio The dining room proposed for Threefold Architects’ house at Wicklow Street Source: vaars. Studio The first-floor living room proposed for Threefold Architects’ house at Wicklow Street Source: vaars. Studio The ground-floor kitchen proposed for Threefold Architects’ house at […]

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