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Modern Addition in Historic Park Slope Home

After finishing a unique renovation that included a modern rear extension and 2-story garage, Baxt Ingui hosted the office on site to talk through the specific design process and enjoy one of the last warm nights of summer in the new rear yard. This historic Park Slope home is situated on a corner lot and…

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Baxt Ingui Architects’ Project is #1 in dwell!

We are happy to have our Carroll Gardens project included as #1 in dwell’s Top 5 Energy-Efficient Homes of the Week. The original footprint was extended more than twenty feet into the rear yard, which allowed a great deal of design freedom on the rear facade, especially considering the energy efficiency of Zola window’s passive certified triple…

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An Evening of Eco Design

Mason Lane Art Advisory Services has organized a panel discussion which orbits around the topics of Eco Design and Construction.  It will be taking place in a very unique townhouse in Brooklyn on Tuesday, September 17th.  We are pleased that they have asked Michael Ingui to be part of that panel.  If you would like…

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Before & After: Rear Addition

Another amazing rear facade transformation! By adding just nine feet to the garden and parlor floors of this Brooklyn townhouse, we were able to unlock the living areas to create an open kitchen-eating area with a new skylight on the first floor and a larger, light-filled recreation space on the lower level. Adding greenery near…

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First Day of School … Welcome Back!

Summer is almost officially over and what does this mean … school’s back in!  Whether your child is looking forward to it or not, they can still admire and appreciate the wonderful school they are in such as the ones we were fortunate enough to work on.  We got on board with the very devoted…

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Savor the Last of Summer

Though Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer, there’s no reason you can’t savor these last few warm days! It’s the perfect time to spend on a roof when the afternoon temperatures have a hint of autumn. These unique projects found the perfect compromise between roof hatch and bulkhead – a sliding skylight! It…

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Clean Lines Complemented by Assymetrical Lighting

We transformed the original dark wood paneling and floors of this historic Park Slope limestone into an open and bright space for a young family. Clean, simple materials distinguish the fun lighting choices – vintage pendants in the kitchen and a connect the dots trail of globe sconces in the guest bathroom. In collaboration with: Annie…

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Before & After: Greenpoint Project

We renovated this freestanding home in Brooklyn to drastically increase natural light in the back of the house as well as add a one-story addition to create a wider kitchen on the first floor. The triple sliding doors create a direct connection to the rear yard, where we installed new stone pavers, a custom cedar…

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Eclectic Kitchen Breaks the Mold

We love a crisp white kitchen, but when our clients come to us with a specific vision in mind, we love bringing it to life. This colorful, eclectic kitchen layers artwork, fabric, and pattern to create a uniquely individual space; it has many layers of interest without being overwhelming. In collaboration with: Shanti Crawford Photography: Adam…

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Zen Modern Bathroom

Step into this modern master bathroom and cool off from the heat! Stone slabs on the floor, backsplash, and shower walls minimize maintenance and make the space feel clean and open, while dark tones, matte finishes, and natural wood keep it warm and inviting. In collaboration with: Annie Leslau Photography:  Nicole Franzen