The first rule of home design is, “Do not build it,” says Peter Schmitz, the chief architect at Schmittz, Pinsent Masons, who is designing the first home in New York City to make the same point.
“If you don’t do that, then it will never get built.”
The architects behind this $5 million home in Central Park are also building it for their own family members, in a project Schmittz calls the “family home.”
It will feature two bedrooms and four bathrooms, two kitchens, a laundry room and two baths.
The kitchen will be open to a living room, while the bathroom will be a full bath.
A full-sized pool will be part of the living room and will be heated by the pool.
The house will have two balconies, a walk-in closet, a sitting room, a den, a bedroom and a living area, plus a guest house.
A garage is included, as well as a parking garage, a garage door, and an outdoor deck.
The home will include two separate decks and three full bathrooms.
The design of the house, which Schmitts said he would like to see in New Jersey in five to 10 years, is very different from the typical homes in Central New York.
For example, the house has two bedrooms, four bathrooms and a lot of open space, which means it will be more livable than a typical home.
“We really wanted to put this in a location where it would be easy to move in,” Schmitzes said.
“It’s a little bit of a hybrid between a traditional, classic, and modern style.
I don’t want to go into too much detail about what that looks like.
You can’t get away from the idea of being a little more minimalist than a lot and making it very affordable.”
Schmitzos said he was inspired to build this home because he had heard the same kind of stories from friends about families in poverty.
He has heard from people who want to build a traditional home for themselves and their children, but it can be difficult to find a family home that is affordable for a family of five or six.
“I think the real challenge for the architecture is that most people aren’t in the market for a traditional house,” Schmtz said.
The designers wanted to make it affordable to families and people who have a different lifestyle, but he said the homes were also meant to be “accessible.”
The designers built the home with materials that make the house accessible to children, as they want children to be able to explore the home and experience its history and design.
Schmitzers wife, Jill, is a full-time mother of three children.
The two youngest are now toddlers.
“For a couple of years we were really struggling financially and we thought that it would really be nice to be home with our kids,” Schmotz said of his wife.
“But I thought that the fact that we can have them walk into the home without any help from their parents, that was a really important part of it.
We’re doing this to help our kids feel more connected and they will feel more secure when they’re out and about.”
The home is designed for children ages 3 to 12, but children may want to make up the family if they choose to live with a relative or a parent.
The designer said the home will have a kitchen that will be in the living area and will have separate kitchen cabinets and pantry.
There will also be an area for kids to do their own laundry.
“The whole idea of this house is that it’s not just for kids, it’s also for adults,” Schmatz said, adding that his wife is an avid outdoor-hiking and running enthusiast.
The architects are planning on moving the home to a new location and will use the $5-million money to expand it, to make more bedrooms and bathrooms, to add more amenities and more features.
“This is the first time that we’ve been able to get a real house built in New Yorker City,” Schmitsz said at the news conference.
The developers hope to have the new home up and running in two to three years.
“What makes this house unique is that we will be building it in this location for the first two to four years,” Schmutz said when the home is complete.
“There are going to be a lot more bedrooms in the home, and we will probably be expanding the kitchen a little.
I hope to be ready in six months to be opening it.”