The addition and renovation can be thought of as found object architecture. The tight budget and short completion time frame lead us to approach the project as an improvisation; we riffed with whatever came our way. We salvaged the floors, exposed the old beams, and bared the rough brick. The bathroom pulls together a sink and shower door salvaged from another project.
We added a clerestory to bring light deep into the interior. All the rooms are naturally lit. The home balances a sometimes crude craft sensibility with a refined control of space and light.
Select photography by Matthew Garret.
flying kite, "rethinking the rowhome"