Barker Freeman Design Office (BDFO) has overhauled the living spaces of a Brooklyn row house for a writer Gayle Forman and Nick Tucker, her musician-librarian husband.
The couple’s love of books and music inspired the open layout of the house. Instead of completely eliminating intermediate supports for the 20′ span of the first floor, the columns were incorporated into open bookshelves between the stairs and the living space, reminiscent of stacks that you might find in the recesses of a library.
— Barker Freeman Design Office
Photographs by Lesley Unruh
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