This gorgeous four-story townhouse in the East Village was designed by Redtop Architects for a young, growing family. The firm’s visionary design combines elements of mid-century modern appeal with contemporary style for a unique look and feel that radically transformed this townhouse from drab to fab. The foundation for the home’s interior spaces is designed around an open central channel connected by a wide steel staircase that provides ample natural light and space–a modern interpretation of the split-level home.
From the street level occupants can travel down a short flight of steps to access the main living space or upwards into the kitchen level.
The kitchen features white counters and cabinetry offset by a brightly colored breakfast nook.
The mostly white interior is carried from the kitchen into the living room, and the stark neutral palette is enhance by a vibrant oversized bookshelf extending upwards into the central space.
Smaller more intimate spaces are located throughout the house, each with neutral tones and modern lines combined with bold colors and efficient design.
The home comes complete with a lush outdoor yard and patio. The outdoor space is flanked on each side by open wood fencing, and a swinging bench is located just in front of the home’s rear door.
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Photos via Redtop Architects
Neighborhoods : East Village