Raising the Roofbeams in Williamsburg
THERE are renovations so ambitious and flawless you can almost see the contractors leaving the property carrying buckets of money.
So it is with the home built by Anthony Goicolea in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on a street in the throes of gentrification. It’s striking, if conspicuous, standing a story higher than the row houses it used to be a part of, a dazzling white block with many windows, the architectural equivalent of the cousin who made good and returns to visit his working-class relations. http://www.nytimes.com via missdesign.