A series of photos from May 2001, taken during a walk through of a recentely finished house on...See more
A series of photos from May 2001, taken during a walk through of a recentely finished house on Washington Street in NYC. Architected, designed and built by my uncle Tim Seggerman and his Inca Building Workshop. This house is a living sculpture, once a public bus garage, it's now a sprawling residence with lower floor retail space. It took Tim four years to complete the building. He spent the entire time, inside the building, designing every last little inch of space. 90% of the fixtures, wood work and furniture were designed by Tim and fabricated in the basement shops he set up. Tim is truly a master of materials. and a complete perfectionist. This piece of work is only rivaled by the current house he is working on in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Tim is a genius and an inspiration. enjoy!