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Stair Sculpture

The continuous metal stringers of this stair creates a three-story piece of sculpture that gently ascends with each curve dancing between solid and void. The stair is no longer wasted space, but rather captured space through artistry. Photography: Peter Peirce, Inc. 

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From Paper to Practice: Plastered Tray Ceiling

Hand sketching is a vital part of our practice since it conveys more information than computer generated drawings can. We love to see the evolution ‘from Paper to Practice’ as the intent comes to life. This tray ceiling was inspired by original plasterwork that was uncovered in this Upper West Side townhouse. The attention to…

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Happy Mother’s Day!

We wish an enjoyable weekend to everyone celebrating Mother’s Day! We hope you enjoy the warmer weather, maybe with a few sprinkles making an appearance. This covered outdoor space is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the flowers blooming! Photography:  Dylan Chandler  In collaboration with: M Monroe Design  

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Bay Window Unlocks A Charming Kitchen

The previous configuration of this kitchen felt cramped and separated from the rest of the parlor living spaces. By adding a two-foot deep bay off the rear of the house, the layout of the space was able to completely change. The new plan allows a significant increase in counter space and natural light, where it…

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A New Space for Brooklyn Performances

After enjoying the day at parklife, head next door to littlefield for one of their unique art exhibits or live entertainment shows. We helped design this adjoining space to adapt to comedy performances, live music, art exhibits, dance parties, private events, and film and theater viewings. Painted murals and custom light fixtures mingle with industrial…

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Warmer Weather Ahead!

With the beautiful weekend weather came busier sidewalks as restaurants and bars open their doors and spill into the streets. It’s the perfect time to visit Parklife in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, where we helped design both interior and exterior spaces with an industrial feel. Grab a drink at the shipping container bar, try your…

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New Life for an Eye-Catching Brooklyn Facade

The painted slate shingles on the mansard roof of this townhouse made it striking from the start, and fully restoring the front facade truly makes it a stand-out. By restoring the front cement stucco, replacing the existing windows, and swapping out the iron-gated front door for a more historically accurate double door with arched transom…

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Brooklyn Preschool of Science’s Second Location – Just As Fun As The First!

Working with the Brooklyn Preschool of Science on their second Brooklyn location in Park Slope really brought out the kids in us! The subterranean space feels cheerful and welcoming with the addition of colored LED panels, brightly painted walls, and large window openings that frame the living wall in the outdoor space. Around every corner…

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Brownstoner Honors Michael Ingui!

Baxt Ingui Architects proudly attended Brownstoner’s RADD Awards last week to honor Michael as a top leader in Brooklyn Real estate, Architecture, Design and Development. Attendees mingled amid the extensive archives of the Brooklyn Historical Society library. Congratulations to Michael and the rest of the honorees!

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Baxt Ingui Brightens BCHS’ Brooklyn Gardens

Baxt Ingui was pleased to contribute to the revitalization of BCHS’ Brooklyn Gardens housing development outdoor garden space for residents. This spring, BCHS residents will be able to enjoy a newly refurbished outdoor seating and garden area designed by Baxt Ingui Architects and implemented by Monadnock Construction and LPA Construction, Inc. Beautiful bluestone and pavers…