Designed by Mesh Architectures, Steve Burns’ new Brooklyn residence is a 2,100-square-foot bachelor pad created for the enjoyment of the resident and his guests. The former host of the children’s show “Blue’s Clues” wanted to live in an open space, suited for his new found love: music. By keeping only three brick walls of the existing structure, the architect created a modern space with amazing features, like the catwalk on the second floor. The main rooms of the house – master bedroom, bathroom and living room/kitchen – all have access to the private courtyard with a deck created from salvaged Coney Island planks. The converted garage became an amazing house with the help of Eric Liftin at Mesh Architectures, known for repurposing old materials. The interior courtyard was cut into the shape of the structure in order to beneficiate from fresh, open air without breaking the zoning regulations.
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