The Church Qua Home


It’s been more than a hundred years since Nietzsche declared that God is dead, but it’s taken a while for Brooklyn real estate to catch up. What we’re trying to say is that converted churches have become pretty prime design opportunities in the last few years, and a perfect example of this is the Cobble Hill apartment of home design-focused LABLstudio’s Ali Levin, housed as it is in a converted Gothic-style church, built in the 1950s. The arcing doorways and soaring ceilings are evocative of the building’s original purpose, but the design decisions by Levin and her LABLstudio partner Lindsay Boswell are thoroughly modern. Praise-worthy, indeed.



 


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