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Houzz Tour: A Modern Twist on a Century-Old Brooklyn Brownstone An architect takes a ‘hard lines with soft edges’ approach to create a warm and cozy yet cleanly defined New York home

Redesigning the top two floors of an early 1900s classic Brooklyn brownstone quickly became a “problem-solving exercise” for architect Jeff Etelamaki. There were plenty of problems to solve, including a desire for abundant natural light in a building without windows on two sides, a fairly limited budget and the challenge of creating a main living space on the top floor. Not to mention how to get to that top floor in a way that felt “natural” and not like a hike up never-ending staircases.
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