Anatomy of a Brownstone Event This Spring

The NY City College of Technology does this cool seminar series called Anatomy of a Brownstone. This spring I’ll be one of their speakers. For more info see below.

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anatomy of a brownstone
Spring 2010 Offering: Layouts and Lifestyles
Course Code: BRNS 032
Date:             Saturday  3/13   1 – 5 pm
Fee:              $40
Directions:    click here

When it’s time to renovate your Brownstone, there may be nothing like the original. But how do you create a floor plan that fits your lifestyle? During this edition of the popular Anatomy of a Brownstone series, we will mix a little history and a lot of examples of what your neighbors’ Brownstones look like inside and outside their old homes. Architects and designers will show you how to fit your family’s life and style into a classic Brownstone.


12 to 1pm

Alexander Stoltz AIA, Vaidya Stoltz Architects, and Kenneth Conzelmann, RA are members of the City Tech Architectural Technology department.
They will share examples of recent projects and offer insights into the architectural process- from ideas to finished home.

1 to 2 pm

Gennaro Brooks-Church, is a Certified Eco Broker, LEED AP, National Sustainable Building Adviser and the founder of Eco Brooklyn, a company that focuses on green brownstone renovations. He will discuss passive design approaches for creating energy-smart brownstones.

2 to 3 pm

Interior Designer Judith Angel, Allied Member ASID, will show how to bring rooms into focus using principles of form and design. Learn to use the objects you own and love as the starting point for a room that is distinctly your own.

4 to 5 pm

Debra Salomon, Program Developer at City Tech Division of Continuing Education and owner of 408 Group Design, will share favorite sources for fixtures and furnishings that will fit your style and budget.

Download registration form here and complete. (Include course code)

Ways To Register:

By Phone: Call 718 552-1170
charge cards

By Mail:
Complete registration form and mail check or money order to:
NYCCT Continuing Studies Center, 300 Jay Street, Howard Building 4th Floor
Brooklyn NY 11201

Walk in: 25 Chapel Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn NY 11201
Click here for directions

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