Before it’s transition into a bold modern-minimalistic statement, Park place was a vacant, 3-Story row house located in the eastern section of Prospect Heights in very run down condition with not a single level joist and a rear façade holding on for dear life. This property became a perfect candidate for a full gut renovation.
With very poor interior conditions and the absence of historical details to maintain, a design inspired by the work of a British architect, John Pawson, featuring a wide open floor plan and white-on-white minimalist aesthetic was created. To achieve the desired edgy and innovative look, a full gut renovation was performed by a preferred contractor. Perhaps the most distinctive feature, the black facade, is inspired by David Adjaye, another British architect, known for his work for Artists in London's East End and most recently the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Designed & Completed by Kirk P Mitchell while Head Architect at Dixon Projects 2015