Inside an Expansive and Dramatic Williamsburg Loft

Julia Millay Walsh

What happens when an ultra-talented chef/food writer and a sculptor move into a 3500-square-foot Brooklyn live/work loft? The hip home of our dreams, that’s what. After finding their large, industrial ground-floor unit in Williamsburg, one creative couple hired Ensemble Architecture to transform it into space that could function as a workspace for both husband and wife, as well as comfortable home for the couple. Ensemble turned one half of the space into a sculpture studio and the other half into a living space with a spacious, photo-shoot-friendly chef’s kitchen, with sliding partitions dividing the spaces.

With mix of retro vintage pieces like a flokati rug and a bamboo hanging chair and sofa, with contemporary sculptures and sleek kitchen cabinetry, this home is beautifully balanced and the epitome of Williamsburg cool. Scroll on for a tour, and shop the look below.

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