don’t tear it down
When the client, a developer, bought this wreck of a crash pad, she thought it would have to be razed. But about:space saw the potential to save the structure (and keep some valuable non-conforming set-backs and height) and completely rebuild the front facade into a fresh clean “of the moment” stunner.
On both levels, balconies enlarge the space and extend it to the outdoors. Bathrooms are compact yet highly functional, end everything feels light and bright.
walls, be gone
Floor plan alterations made infinitely better use of very limited space, and taking down walls created a wide open plan on the top living level, flooding every corner with light. White paint everywhere, and stylish staging by First Impression Design, helped potential buyers imagine their lives inside.
photography: Nicole Leone Photography (exterior day)
photography: Kim Pritchard (interior)
general contractor: Scala Construction, Inc.
home staging: First Impression Design