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Part VIII: At Last, Moving In to the Renovated Brownstone

After a decade working for New York City firm Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Brent Allen Buck was ready for a change of pace. In 2015, Buck struck out on his own to launch Buck Projects, headquartered in the Brooklyn brownstone he renovated on nights and weekends over the course of two years. That home, whose renovation process Buck has outlined this summer for Curbed's Renovation Diary series, serves as his home base and design laboratory, as well as a backdrop to a complete set of teak pepper mills by Danish modernist Jens Quistgaard (which you'll finally see this week!). We've taken an incisive look at the highs, lows, joys, and travails of home renovation, and now, Buck and his wife Katie take us through the finished project.

Looking back on two years of renovation >>