Housed in a 19th century Brooklyn firehouse, the Williamsburg Firehouse Conversion gives a historic space a new life as a three-story residence and studio. Purchased by a photographer, the ground floor that once held horses and buggies is now a photo studio and private gallery space for the owner. The main living are occupies the former firehouse sleeping quarters, while a third-story addition includes the master suite, a lounge, and a rooftop garden. Although most of the interior was unsalvageable, the external brick was well-preserved to maintain its vintage aesthetic.
Photos: TBD Architecture and Design Studio