Alexander Gorlin Architects was invited to modernize and add an additional top floor to a rare 1950s glass-fronted, two-story family townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. A large, open living area on the first floor leads through to a kitchen overlooking the rear garden. Cantilevered stairs, flooded by daylight from a large skylight, lead to the parents’ master bedroom and two children’s rooms on the second floor, and continue to a media room and two offices on the top floor.

New York Town House by Alexander Gorlin Architects in main architecture  Category

New York Town House by Alexander Gorlin Architects in main architecture  Category

New York Town House by Alexander Gorlin Architects in main architecture  Category