We can't seem to stay from any project with steel-frames windows. Enter: A 19th century Upper Westside brownstone from O'neill Rose Architects. While the facade of the home was restored as per NYC Landmarks and Preservation standards, the interior was distilled down to its essence. The result is a space which defers to original architectural details while also establishing a sense of modern spaciousness. And our favorite…steel-framed windows. Their narrow profile means more glass which means more light, a luxury sometimes scarce in older homes. For more, visit O'neill Rose Architects. Via Remodelista.