A Townhouse Renovation That Expertly Mixes Modern and Traditional

A Townhouse Renovation That Expertly Mixes Modern and Traditional

** The Carroll Gardens Townhouse renovation project by Lang Architecture is a stunning example of incorporating a residential building’s traditional interior details with modern elements to create a very happy medium. I’m particularly fond of the low profile steel windows at the rear and the clean kitchen cabinetry and countertop design and material choices. – RJ Diaz, editor **

Carroll Gardens Townhouse (via Uncrate.com)

“This four-story row house was converted from a three-family to single-family space in the process, with a den and office in the bottom, a living room and revamped kitchen on the main floor, a master on the third, and two kid’s rooms at the top. Among the highlights are decidedly modern steel rear windows and a matching balcony and a completely restored staircase with that serves as a dramatic reminder of the home’s heritage.”

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About LANG ARCHITECTURE

Drew Lang established the firm in 2003 and consistently creates progressive and distinctive works of architecture. He received a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University, and is licensed as an architect in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana.

Drew leads the studio and establishes the design direction for all projects. He works closely with the design team and clients to create extraordinary buildings and spaces with enduring presence.

Active within the communities of both New York and New Orleans, Drew founded a New Orleans based 501c3 non-profit organization, the Faubourg St. Roch Project (FSRP), with the mission of holistically revitalizing the historic St. Roch neighborhood of New Orleans. In New York, Drew is a member of the Forum for Urban Design, the Van Alen Institute and the US Green Building Council.

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