One of the most striking features of the 15,000 square feet of space that artists Dustin Yellin and Charlotte Kidd transformed in Red Hook, Brooklyn is the 1952 Airstream trailer that sits inside and acts as a guest room, interior sculpture and conversation starter. The home, gallery, and studio space is a highlight of New York Magazine's Interior issue ...
It took 2 years of work to transform the raw space (and lots of dumpsters) but the double height kitchen, exposed brick and massive amounts of space seem very worth it!
See the full story at New York Magazine: A Red Hook Tale of Domesticity and the accompanying slide show that includes lots of pre-renovation images.
Images: Hannah Whitaker
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