Stained-glass home windows, a turret, a pool: You’d be forgiven for considering this historic Colonial Revival home, redone by Workstead, was wherever however New York Metropolis, however you’d be mistaken. Stunning however true: It’s positioned in Prospect Park South in Brooklyn, up to date with care by principal Ryan Mahoney and the Brooklyn- and Hudson-based staff.
The challenge can be a spotlight of the studio’s first monograph, Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity, out this month from Rizzoli, which chronicles Workstead’s first 10 years. (We’ve been admirers for almost as lengthy: Our first post on the agency, method again in 2012, started: “If we had been betting on the following breakout star in design, we’d put some cash on Workstead.”)
A decade later, be part of us for an inside have a look at this historic Brooklyn home, one in all 10 iconic interiors featured within the ebook.
Pictures by Matthew Williams from Workstead: Interiors of Magnificence and Necessity.