The Lowe House is a project designed by Palette Architecture. Nestled in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a block of captivating houses designed by Frank S. Lowe for the Kingston Realty Company in 1906 continues to charm residents today. Over the years, these houses have undergone transformations, culminating in their designation as landmarks in 1979. Among them, one residence had lost its way, masked by layers of paint and replaced doors and windows. Recognizing its hidden potential, the new owners turned to Palette Architecture to revive the house, merging contemporary design with restored historic charm. Photography by Jody Kivort.