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 The thin floor plan is interrupted by the stair. It is minimized by having glass on the open side instead of a 'solid' railing.
       
     
Front View
       
     
Rear View
       
     
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Geller_Kitchen 1.jpg
       
     
Geller_Kitchen 2.jpg
       
     
 The thin floor plan is interrupted by the stair. It is minimized by having glass on the open side instead of a 'solid' railing.
       
     

The thin floor plan is interrupted by the stair. It is minimized by having glass on the open side instead of a 'solid' railing.

Front View
       
     
Front View

The house is in a Historic District so front facades cannot be altered. In this case, we provided new windows, restored the door and repainted the masonry & metal facade. The limestone stair and railings were restored but made to meet local codes.

Rear View
       
     
Rear View

The back of the house was removed and extended.  A 2-story aluminum & glass curtain-wall maximizes an east exposure and provides lots of light to the interior, which is about 16' wide x 75' long - a thin house!

A deck, lit with tiny LEDs in the floor, is minimized to let light down to the lower level terrace.

Geller_half bath.jpg