Along with historic wood and steel details, several warm brick walls were exhumed and left exposed.  Photo 4 of 5 in An Archaeological Renovation Adds Precious Space to a Tiny Boston Apartment
Architects who practice in dense cities know its almost impossible to add square footage to an apartment. Yet at a garden-level residence in Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, Chris Greenawalt of Bunker Workshop was able to unearth 70 square feet of living space through a little excavation. Tagged: Light Hardwood Floor.  Photo 1 of 5 in An Archaeological Renovation Adds Precious Space to a Tiny Boston Apartment
The historic apartment has been updated throughout with white paint and minimalist accents, adapting its rustic character to the 21st-century. Tagged: Living Room, Chair, Light Hardwood Floor, Wood Burning Fireplace, and Standard Layout Fireplace.  Photo 5 of 5 in An Archaeological Renovation Adds Precious Space to a Tiny Boston Apartment from Beacon Hill
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