Family-Friendly Renovation of a Brick Warehouse in Alabama
Architect David Hill, his wife, Elizabeth, and their three children live in an industrial building in Auburn, Alabama with an unusual past. Built in 1920, the structure has had previous incarnations as a church, a recycling center, and a pool hall, among others. The family embarked on a DIY renovation that transformed the site into a comfortable home, using recycled materials and found furniture.
A 19th-Century Live/Work Factory in New York
Amy and Brandon Phillips bought a 65,000-square-foot 19th-century factory in Geneva, New York, that they've remade it into a creative home, workshop, and showroom. Their apartment mixes original details, like the worn-brick walls, with new touches, like white MDF cabinets topped with Carrara marble counters.
A Renovated Midcentury Gem in Austin
A 1964 house designed by accredited local designer A.D. Stenger, featuring a unique undulating roof, was restored to its original grandeur while gaining 21st-century amenities. With the help of architects Rick and Cindy Black, Erin and Josh Bernstein reconfigured the layout of the house and added new and improved features, like brand-new kitchen cabinets that hover 10 inches off the floor.
A Brooklyn Couple Rehabilitate a 19th-Century Duplex
This modern, two-level duplex was born out of a 19th-century tenement building in Brooklyn. Homeowners Alex Gil and Claudia DeSimio encountered many structural difficulties when attempting to add an additional level to the top of the building, but eventually succeeded, adding extra living space and a small rooftop terrace.
Complete Modern Renovation of Midcentury Home in Washington
An insufficiently built home in Issaquah, Washington was nearly falling apart when it was discovered by Sally Julien. With her partner, Peter Loforte, she undertook a painstaking renovation of the 1963 home that involved replacing all the windows, adding a new roof, and much more.