East 64th Street Townhouse

2025 / Upper East Side, NYC

A complete renovation of a 6,300 square foot townhouse on the Upper East Side. We are creating a sculptural staircase out of curved plaster and walnut that unites the seven levels of this sprawling home. The elegant brick building has a charming history, occupied in the 60’s by actress Diana Lynn and her husband Mortimer Hall, the son of the owner of the New York Post.

East 18th Colonial Revival

2024 / Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

A colonial revival home built in 1899 on one of the most picturesque well-preserved landmarked blocks in Ditmas Park. It had been left abandoned for many years before being purchased by a family relocating from Los Angeles looking to make it their home. Our design combines respectful historical restoration with more playful mid-century interventions.

Degraw Street Brownstone

2024 / Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

A 25 foot wide, 2-family brownstone in Cobble Hill being converted back to a one-family residence. We are retaining much of the historic detail of the home including phenomenal original plastic crown mouldings, but updating the house with bold patterns, rich texture, and uniquely detailed millwork.

Prospect Place Townhouse

2024 / Crown Heights, Brooklyn

A renovation to a landmarked townhouse in Crown Heights. The owners are both creatives — she’s a visual artist, he’s a musician and they had completed some recent updates on the house when we entered. We proposed a light touch renovation to create a more unified overall palette complementary to the previously finished work. Landscaping in the rear yard is being designed by Field Form.

North Moore Loft Interior Design

2024 / Tribeca, NYC

Our client purchased this newly renovated (but starkly minimal and white) two-bedroom loft in a quintessential Tribeca loft building. We are making minor architectural edits, adding custom millwork, and imbuing the space with more texture and color.

Park Slope Interior Design

2024 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

We completed the architectural renovation of this 3 bedroom co-op apartment on Third Street in Park Slope and the owner’s asked us to return to complete a more fully developed interior design and furniture. Working with some existing pieces, we created a palette of layered patterns in a 70’s bohemian mood.

Trois Rivieres

2023 / Trois Rivieres, Quebec

A pied-à-terre in a new construction condominium apartment in Trois Rivieries, Quebec. The owners asked us to re-think the floorplan and interior architecture. Our design includes a French-inspired material palette of checkerboard stone flooring and glazed terra cotta tiles combined with contemporary details like large scale sliding glass doors to personalize an otherwise non-descript white box. The home has sweeping view of the 3 points where the Saint Maurice and the Saint Lawrence rivers meet (the origin of the town name, Trois Rivieres) and is where the wife spent her childhood.

Premium Goods

2023 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

This Brooklyn-based sneaker shop with a cult following occupied a small storefront in Park Slope for many years and is now expanding into a new showroom double the size and down the block. Our approach is inspired by the bright colors and playful shapes of Memphis Milano.

Clermont Avenue Artist’s Storefront

2023 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

This narrow 7′ wide storefront near the Brooklyn Navy Yards provides accessory usage for an artist’s production studio. Our proposal emphasizes flexibility, concealed storage, and art display in order to maximize the functionality of an incredibly compact space.

Henry Street Maisonette

2023 / Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

By combining a second floor apartment with a ground floor medical office, we were able to create a 3,800 sf maisonette. It’s a unique configuration that gives the owners the best of both worlds — a private, street-level entry to a home in a full-service co-op building.


Baltic Street Italianate

2023 / Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

When the owners purchased this home on a landmarked block in Cobble Hill, it had been carved up into three non-descript apartments by a developer. Originally built in the early 1850’s as part of a long row of townhouses in an Italianate style. We brought back some of the historic detail that had been lost in previous renovations while converting it to a single family home.


Saint James Place Brownstone

2023 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

This brownstone had been owned by a family for many decades and carved up into many small apartments when our client’s purchased it. It required a total renovation and modernization. We worked with the Landmarks Preservation Commission to restore the quintessential stoop that had been removed in the 1940’s.


Ross Peak Ski House

2023 / Bozeman, Montana

A newly constructed modernist home with sweeping views of Ross Peak Ranch in Bozeman, Montana. We were asked to design finishes and furnishings for the interior. Our approach maintained the outdoorsy spirit of the West with richly patterned weaves, a variety of textures, and sweeps of earth tones.

Kemper Museum Video Pavilion Design

2023 / Saint Louis, Missouri

A monumentally tall pavilion presenting Adam Pendleton’s video work, “What is Your Name? Kyle Abraham, A Portrait” at the Kemper Museum at Washington University. The volume appears at first to be a simple black box but the interior is more complex than expected. A distinctive corner knife edge entrance takes viewers to a surprisingly scaled 16′ tall video projection on the interior. This was our third design for one of Adam Pendleton’s exhibitions.

Tivoli House

2023 / Tivoli, New York

A phased renovation of a small property in the Hudson Valley consisting of a 2,000 sf home, pool, and the conversion of a detached garage building into a guest house. The property includes a native species meadow with walking paths and excellent hills for sledding.


Prospect Park West Cooperative

2023 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

This large, 2 bedroom apartment sits on the 12th floor of one of Park Slope’s premier pre-war cooperative buildings overlooking Prospect Park. We modernized the apartment for a young family reconfiguring servant’s quarters into a large eat-in kitchen. The home has sweeping views across brownstone Brooklyn towards Manhattan.

West 110th Street Corridor Refresh

2023 / Upper West Side, NYC

We had completed three apartment combinations in this 60 unit condominium building when we were asked to provide designs for the renovation of the hallways. Our design centers around graphically patterned carpeting, new lighting, and wayfinding signage. This project is part of a larger series of upgrades to the buildings public amenity spaces. Phases 2 and 3 will encompass gym and lobby renovations.

Henry Street Pied-à-Terre

2023 / Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

A pied-à-terre in Brooklyn Heights for a retired couple who spends most of the their time on the North Fork. We reconfigured much of the apartment to create a two bedroom unit (a room for frequent guests). This is one of three renovations we have completed in this pre-war cooperative on Henry Street.

Brooklyn Free Space

2023 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

A Reggio Emilia influenced preschool in Park Slope with a long neighborhood history moved into a new space. We worked with Barker Associates Architecture Office to create a bright, punchy, crayola graphic space inspired by children’s cut outs.

Henry Street Combination

2023 / Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

A large combination of 3 existing apartments in a pre-war building. This was the first of three renovations we’re completing in this pre-war landmarked co-op.

Midtown Art Aerie

2023 / Midtown, NYC

The client purchased a unit in the new construction condominium building designed by Norman Foster in midtown Manhattan for use as a pied-à-terre. Our interior design of this creates a variety of textures in a neutral tonal palette. This was the second project with this client in the building.

Turner Towers Residence

2023 / Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

This large renovation of a co-op apartment overlooking the Brooklyn Museum reconfigured a large portfion of the space to accommodate a guest room. Our design relocated the kitchen which serves as the center of the new home.

28th Street Refresh

2023 / Kips Bay, NYC

A young woman purchased her first home in Kips Bay and asked us to help design the interiors. Our approach included saturated colors and textures. 

Hilltop Road Farmhouse

2023 / Pine Plains, New York

We designed the interior renovation of a large home in Columbia County with sweeping views of the Berkshire Mountains. We reorganized the public spaces, creating a new tambour covered staircase and dramatic two story blackened terra cotta fireplace.

Douglaston Kids Room

2023 / Douglaston, Queens

We returned to our Douglas Manor Colonial to redesign two of the bedrooms for the daughters with dramatic combinations of colorful, graphic wallpaper.

Tenth Street Townhouse

2022 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

This townhouse on Tenth Street provides a home for three generations of a Park Slope family. Soft pinks with black millwork and fun wallpapers (one by Humbert Leon). Rear yard landscape design by Brook Landscape.

Park Avenue Co-Op

2022 / Carnegie Hill, NYC

A renovation of a pre-war apartment in one of the most storied buildings in Carnegie Hill, 1185 Park Avenue. Designed by renowed firm Schwartz & Gross in 1929 and known for it’s massive carport forecourt. Our renovation preserved the classical bones and proportions of the space while including more modern details.

Park Lane Colonial

2022 / Douglaston, Queens

A colonial revival with great curb appeal in Douglas Manor. We designed a renovation to modernize this home and returned years later to complete the interior design. 

Second Street Duplex

2022 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

A renovation of a duplex coop apartment in Park Slope that replaced a tight, off-the-shelf, spiral staircase, with a custom plastered curving one creating a more dramatic and inviting path between the two levels.

Third Street Co-Op

2022 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

A renovation of a classic 3 bedroom co-op where we reconfigured the public areas to carve out space for a new powder room for a family of five.

State Street Townhouse

2022 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Our clients approached us to customize this non-descript white box, new construction townhouse. Our design focuses on dramatic plaster curves that emphasize the multiple double height spaces throughout. Landscape design by Brook Landscape.

Quarry Loft

2022 / Upper West Side, NYC

This large apartment combination is our third project in this condominium building. Our design utilizes a dozen different types of stone to dramatic effect.

Nabila’s Restaurant

2022 / Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

With design patterns influenced by the Lebanese cuisine they serve, deep colors—purple, dark green, and brown—saturating the space, a move balanced by brass fixtures, white-painted ceilings, light hay chairs, and white oak millwork. The wood spines and arches carve the floorplan into zones and niches, respectively, while a glass-block wall screens a prep area. Nabila’s now sits on a bustling corner of Court Street in Brooklyn, serving up a whole new culture to taste.

Union Street Townhouse

2021 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

A family seeking a refresh of a Park Slope home they have owned and renovated for over a decade. We reorganized the primary living space, shifting the kitchen to bring the center of the home forward and create a new office space in the rear.

Richardson Art Studio

2021 / Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Renovation of an existing warehouse building in Willliamsburg for an art studio, exhibition, and print making space.

Windham Mountain Ski Resort

2021 / Catskills, New York

Interiors and furniture consulting for a family’s mountain ski house in the Catskills near Windham Mountain. Home is used as a weekend getaway and occasionally as a short term rental.

Moxi Wellness

2021 / SoHo, NYC

This project sits on the top, 12th floor, of a classic SoHo loft building. Our design utilizes the skylight to create an “atrium” around which the 6 treatment rooms are organized.

Viewmont Barn

2021 / Germantown, New York

The renovation of a historic barn on a property in Germantown for use as a guest house. Our design lines the interior with plywood to create a minimalist, refined interior.


Underhill Avenue Brownstone

2021 / Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

We returned to this Landmarked townhouse which we had renovated years earlier to complete the interior design of the spaces for the growing family.

Adam Pendleton: Who is Queen? MoMA

2021 / Midtown, NYC

We designed three towering scaffolds for Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition that fill the atrium of MoMA. The scaffolding evokes the 2×4 balloon framing of American vernacular residential construction. This project was the first in an ongoing collaboration with Adam Pendleton on art and studio projects.

Artist’s Studio

2021 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

The second phase of a multi-year evolution for this Artist’s studio focused on creating a sequence of spaces dedicated to his working process — painting, scanning, research, model-making, exhibition, offices.

Neighborhoods Now

2020 / Jackson Heights, Queens

When the COVID crisis hit in 2020, like many of our fellow small firm architects, we turned our attention towards pro bono non profit work. Neighborhood Now was a program organized by the Urban Design League with the Van Alen Institute. We were part of a team assigned to help the Jackson Heights neighborhood to help to improvise physical ramifications of the pandemic. Jackson Heights was known for its local ethnic restaurant all of which shuttered. We worked to help family owned restaurants negotiate the rules of the outdoor dining area, apply for permits, and obtain approvals which allowed many previously closed restaurants to reopen reinvigorating a vital aspect of the neighborhood.


House for Two Artists

2020 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

A house for an artist couple. He teaches illustration at FIT and paints with egg tempera. She illustrates children’s books. They bought the house in the 90’s and raised a family there. Now that their children are grown they wanted to renovate the home for themselves. They used the parlor and garden levels primarily. We organized the house by flipping the kitchen/living to the parlor and turning the garden level into the bedrooms.

West 110th Street Combination

2020 / Upper West Side, NYC

A large combination of 2 apartments on the upper floor of this condominium building. Combining a 3 bedroom with a 4 bedroom.


Washington Art Studio Phase 1

2020 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

Prior to the conversion to an art studio space, this storefront housed an antique store. This was the first phase of a multi-year evolution of the space.


Eastern Parkway Residence

2020 / Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

This large renovation of a co-op apartment overlooking the Brooklyn Museum reconfigured a large portion of the space to accommodate a guest room. Our design relocated the kitchen which serves as the center of the new home.

Heights and Hills Offices

2020 / Downtown Brooklyn

Pro Bono project through Design Advocates with Studio For, Gleicher Design, FSIKC assisting in the renovation of an office space non-profit organization that helps elderly people age in place.


Washington Park Duplex

2019 / Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Renovation and combination of the two top floors of a co-op townhouse overlooking Washington Park in Fort Greene.

American Can Factory Office

2019 / Gowanus, Brooklyn

In 2019 we relocated our offices to a larger space in the Old American Can Factory. We built out our current home and are constantly making revisions to the space in an ongoing way.

East 90th Street Co-Op

2019 / Upper East Side, NYC

We assisted the owners with a DOB and LPC filing related of the interior renovation of their 2 bedroom home on the Upper East Side

Furman Street

2019 / Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

We served as Architect of Record for a renovation in a duplex condominium in Brooklyn Heights overlooking the Hudson River.


Crandon Interior Design

2019 / Miami, Florida

An interior design project for a retired couple in a condo high res in Miami.

East 77th Street Co-Op

2019 / Upper East Side, NYC

This renovation of a post-war Art Deco condominium building focused on reconfiguring the spaces to create an office.

Nomad Wellness Clinic

2019 / Nomad, NYC

A three room wellness acupuncture clinic on Broadway.

Mack Weldon Hudson Yards

2019 / Hudson Yards, NYC

We designed the first brick and mortar location for the menswear brand in the new Hudson Yards retail space. We also designed brand extensions for the company including a custom made video game “MACK MAN” based on Pac-Man that could be played on a custom designed console in the store.

Cannavale-Byrne Townhouse

2018 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

This house for two actors sits on a charming colorful block in Boerum Hill. Our design is accented with Scandinavian details, lush leather materials, and a refined palette of pale pinks and olive greens.

Garfield Place Townhouse

2018 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

Small townhouse in Park Slope, passed down from one generation to the next. FTA’s client asked us to renovate a floor in the home that she grew up in for her new family.

Clinton Street Townhouse

2018 / Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

We created a starkly modernist and minimal interior within a historic landmarked townhouse originally built in 1849.

Putnam Avenue Brownstone

2018 / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

A full renovation of a three family townhouse in Clinton Hill with a community space on the ground floor. Project completed by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a partner.

Post-War Co-Op

2018 / Upper East Side, NYC

This sprawling apartment combination units three units in a post-war co-op building. Our design combines art deco accents, with deep color, flexible millwork.

East 84th Street Duplex

2018 / Upper East Side, NYC

Adding a mezzanine in a large upper east side condo building.

Yogis and Yoginis

2018 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

Renovation of a corner building on 9th street and 6th avenue in a prominent retail commercial corner in Park Slope for a yoga studio. and a meditation center.

Greenlight Bookstore

2018 / Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn

Our design for the second location of this beloved Brooklyn bookstore creates multiple ceiling cove with lighting that mimic the effect of natural sunlight. The millwork echoes some of the design details from the original Fort Greene location.

Mack Weldon Offices

2018 / Nomad, NYC

The menswear company approached us to help to design their new office spaces. We organized all of the shared workspace to be along the perimeter preserving the 23 windows for all of the staff to enjoy. A zig zagging wall houses the conference room and support services. We also designed a number of custom furniture pieces for the office.

Sackett Street Townhouse

2018 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

The clients approached us to customize and add character to a non-descript white box developer house. We reorganized the layout to create a large family room on the second floor.

Cathedral Parkway Residence

2018 / Upper West Side, NYC

When the adjacent apartment came up for sale, our clients saw the perfect opportunity to expand their space for their three sons. We created a separate wing with a dedicated media room for them.

Bklyn Designs Fair

2017 / Williamsburg, Brooklyn

An exhibition of our custom made pink marble cloud tables and steel cactus tables at the Brooklyn Designs Fair.

Berkeley Place Brownstone

2017 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

Landmarks consulting for an exterior renovation of a historic Neo-Grec brownstone originally built in 1881.

Baltic Loft Renovation

2017 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Renovation of a top-floor apartment in a small Brooklyn condo building. Our design included the creation of a skylight and chamfered ceiling for a library space.

Hey Hey Canteen

2017 / Gowanus, Brooklyn

Our design for Hey hey canteen, a fast causal Asian restaurants in Gowanus, features a thin black rope that runs around the space in a playful geometric intervention. The restrained color palette of black and white is punched up with hits of bright neon green. We also designed the branding including logo, signage, and menus. 

Macon Street Townhouse

2017 / Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn

Landmarks consulting for an exterior renovation of a historic Italianate brownstone originally built in 1874.

Cabrini Boulevard Co-Op

2017 / Hudson Heights, NYC

A small kitchen and bathroom renovation at a pre-war co-op in Hudson Heights.

East 77th Street Co-Op

2016 / Upper East Side, NYC

A small renovation in a tony pre-war co-op building. We renovated bathrooms, and millwork.

Larchmont Colonial

2016 / Larchmont, New York

A renovation of a historic colonial house in Larchmont, New York. We reorganized the ground level plan to create a large entertaining kitchen for the family. The wife owns a well regarded catering company in Westchester County and did a lot of the preparation from her home kitchen.

Magenta Plains

2015 / Lower East Side, NYC

This long linear unique space spans the width of a lower east side block connecting Allen Street on one end to Orchard Street on the other. The Allen Street side two floors of art gallery spaces
On the Orchard Street side a small project room. In between are storage spaces and office spaces clad in plywood. Quintessentially Manhattan industrial materials are preserved and celebrated. Brick piers in the cellar lime washed with a pale white, museum grade track lighting by Edison Price, concrete floors. Exposed timber beams in the ceilings were stripped cleaned and stained. Lighting design by Peiheng Tsai.

Hudson Linear Park

2015 / Hudson, NYC

Ramp structure. Project completed by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a partner.


2014 / Midtown, NYC

Our design for Row house on west 59th street was the first location of what is now a large national fitness chain. The upper level housed a rowing studio and the lower level a cross fit oriented gym. Graphic design by Willy Wong. Photography by Amy Barkow.

Jackson Square

2014 / West Village, NYC

A renovation for the first home for a young couple in an contemporary condo building in the West Village designed by KPF. We created a nursery space for their growing family, added millwork, and redesigned the ceilings for new lighting.

London Terrace Combination

2013 / Chelsea, NYC

Combination of two units in the historic London Terrace Co-ops in Chelsea. Client owned the 1 bedroom for many years before the opportunity to purchase the adjacent unit came up just in time for an expansion of his family. Fred Tang reorganized the floorplan pulling the kitchen into the living room and added details that allude to the traditional historic detailing of this pre-war building.

Bergen Street Brownstone

2013 / Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Townhouse Renovation. Exposed beams, exposed brick. Danish furniture by owner. Project completed by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a partner.

Carlton Avenue Townhouse

2012 / Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Renovation of a Fort Greene three-family townhouse with two rental apartemtns above an owners duplex.

Rangeley Camp House

2012 / Cupsuptic, Maine

A simple structure to house bathroom and shower facilities and a campground on a picturesque lake. Project by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a Partner.


2011 / New Museum, NYC

An installation for the New Museum’s IdeasCity Festival in Sara D. Roosevelt Park. A collaboration with the PARC Foundation. Project by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a Partner.

Central Park West Co-Op

2011 / Upper West Side, NYC

Large renovation in a Pre-War Co-op overlooking Central Park. Photograph by Amy Barkow. Project by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a Partner.

Fifth Avenue Duplex

2010 / Upper East Side, NYC

This project combined a duplex apartment with the adjoining 3 bedroom to create a sprawling home on the 12th floor overlooking Central Park. Modern details. The family, based primarily in Paris, used the home as a pied-à-terre and to house their art collection. Photograph by David Land. Project by Davies Tang and Toews when Frederick Tang was a Partner.

West 74th Street

2010 / Upper West Side, NYC

This ground floor unit of a condo building on the upper west side was in dire need of a restoration The kitchen and bathrooms were reorganized to allow for a large generous front parlor room where much historic detailing around crown moldings and the fireplace were preserved. Photograph by Amy Barkow

Bend and Bloom

2009 / Park Slope, Brooklyn

This yoga studio occupied the ground floor of a former firehouse.

Saxon Hall

2008 / Rego Park, Queens

A renovation of the lobby and public spaces for Saxon Hall, a 16 story, 400+ unit mid-century apartment building in Rego Park, Queens. We also completed an identity and logo refresh for the building.


2007 / Upper West Side, NYC

A glowing box made of translucent corrugated plastic carves out a separate sleeping area for kids. Published in Time Out as a follow up to the speculative studio project.

Time Out New York

2007 / Downtown, NYC

A speculative design project for Time Out New York where we were assigned an imaginary client and asked to create a studio apartment. This design for a “media junkie” uses flexible modular furniture and sliding shower curtain panels that house CDs and movie posters to create different configurations of a simple rectangular box room. This playful project led to a series of client relationships that continue to this day.