Cobble Hill, a 675-square-foot apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y., was gutted and creatively transformed by Co Adaptive Architecture. The progressive renovation converted the corner apartment from a 1-bedroom to a 2-bedroom unit while still enabling for an open-concept residing area and kitchen.
The highlight of the tiny but productive home is a customized sliding island made from a repurposed bowling alley floor. This multifunctional piece can be utilized for meals prep or as a dining table for dinner parties.
Apple boxes from New York had been used for the upper cabinets, incorporating a practical and charming look to the kitchen. Authentic raw aspects of the apartment had been exposed and highlighted, like red brick walls in the residing area, incorporating the only actual colour to an otherwise neutral-toned style.
Chic custom polished copper piping fixtures were installed in both the kitchen and bathroom, revealing plumbing factors that are usually tucked behind the walls. These distinct design selections contribute to the modern day and charming appeal of this renovated Brooklyn apartment. [Photography by Peter Dressel]