SPG Architects renovated this 5,220 square foot, five-story townhouse from 1836 and transformed it into a modern residence. While preserving some of the 19th century designs, new additions helped to create a more functional space. The house is now boasts an open floor plan unified by a cohesive and colorful palette. An eclectic collection of furniture and art adds tasteful layers to the remodel's overlay of traditional and modern sensibilities. A custom Niche Multi-Pendant Modern Chandelier helps to further define this contemporary yet timeless aesthetic.
A unique grouping of handmade Niche pendant lights adorns the dining room in this Brooklyn Heights Townhouse. Hanging from a custom Circular Modern Chandelier, a cluster of Aurora, Stamen, Stargazer, Oculo, Solitaire, Minaret, Pod, and Turret pendant lights cascade and taper at the bottom to mimic a shower of warm light. The deep hues of our Plum, Gray, and Chocolate glass complement the rich tones found throughout the interior. Paired with a bare bulb filament, this modern grouping of Niche pendants blurs the line between vintage and modern design, adding to the truly unique composition.
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Modern Dining Room Project Details
Project Brooklyn Heights Townhouse
Location Brooklyn, New York
Architect SPG Architects
Contractor ZZZ Carpentry
Landscape Architect Robin Key Landscape Architecture