This is a warehouse in the Sunset Park area of Brooklyn, NY. The building is from around 1905, we are designing the 5th floor, which has fantastic city and river views all around. It's 120,000 square feet in total. It's unusual to come into a building such as this that has not been altered or partitioned in any way. For a view of the columns and floor area go to my blog, www.realmodernarchitect.blogspot.com
Thanks to the steadfast tenaciousness of the owner of the mansion, the restoration has been completed on the porch and the facade. All involved in the construction deserve a round of applause! The project is the renovation of the Biddle Mansion, in Riverton, NJ. We are started with the stabilization and renovation of the front rotunda, columns, deck and roof structure. The Biddle Mansion was built in 1876, in the second empire style. One of the original riverfront properties in the town, it's historically important, very grand, and still very impressive, now brought back to it's original splendor.
After restoration of porch and facade
Boathouse in Huntingdon Valley, PA
This is a boathouse thats for a 23 foot racing yacht. 40 ft. long, the boathouse leaves room for a workshop and storage too, with sail storage in the rafters.