Located in a neighborhood of Queens, the Choy House is a single family residence that contains three homes under one roof.
Brooklyn-based firm O’neill Rose Architects has created three disparate dwellings with areas of connection and overlap that reflect the familial relationships.
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The ground-floor family room and outdoor pavilion are shared spaces for the whole family.
The narrow slice at the front creates a triplex for the client and his family.
The lower level, which opens up to the sunken terraced garden, is where the grandmother lives. With front doors only a few feet from each other, the brothers live as neighbors, and all of the spaces connect through the lower level…
Inspiration from architect:
Inspired by the Levittown-style of the surrounding homes, We decided to create three disparate dwellings with areas of connection and overlap.