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sneak peek: greg merryweather

by anne

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pratt adjunct assistant professor of architecture gregory merryweather’s home first appeared in the book, brooklyn modern: architecture, interiors, and design by diana lind. he and his wife renovated into the small carriage house that is right across the street from pratt’s brooklyn campus that is now home to them and their two sons. the house was very simple with very few historical details, so there was little to save, and the renovation was mostly one of selective removal (demolition) rather than one of restoration. they kept their aesthetics very simple, which is complemented by their collection of vintage modern furniture and lighting. {thanks greg (and amy for coordinating)!}anne

p.s. stay tuned in the coming weeks as we’ll be sharing several more wonderful homes from professors at pratt!

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