Architectural Digest

When Barry Bordelon and Jordan Slocum, together known the Brownstone Boys, met prospective client Wyatt Cenac at a Brooklyn bar in 2019, he was already well into the process of renovating his home. He had the space, he had the architectural plans, but what the actor, comedian, producer, and music lover needed to bring the project to life was a team with the technical expertise to make the reno happen and bring, for lack of a better word, vibes.

The drinks went well and the trio set out on the creative journey that made his four-story Bed-Stuy house a home. It eventually became a five-story home, but more on that later.