Italianate Townhouse - Greenwich Village

Few cities can boast a complex of historic townhouse that have survived on such a scale as New York’s Greenwich Village. For cohesiveness and quality of craftsmanship, and the contribution it makes to the urban street-scape, it is comparable to the Georgian New Town of Edinburgh in Scotland. The architects have tackled the problems inherent in the building type, such as constraints of size, insensitive subdivision and gradual erosion of defining architectural ornament, with care and ingenuity, supported by their knowledgeable understanding of the genre and conscientious historic research. Employing materials and craftsmen of the highest quality, they have set a high standard of design and workmanship that emulates the work of the original master masons and carpenters.

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