Gallery: Vacation in a Mini Cabin Inside of a Brooklyn Apartment

photos © Kate Rosenberg via Terri Chiao
The structures, unlike floor-to-ceiling-walls, keep the space open and still allow the natural light to fill the loft.

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  1. Jair Campos October 4, 2013 at 10:20 am

    Seems like a good idea, but a lot of work to clean and move out the dust of it, with all that stuff out there… seems like Im living in a bazar… plus seeing all that shit lying around would make me sick.

  2. jefhendrickson July 11, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Love it love it love it. Have always thought it would be cool to do something like this. I’ve been in lofts in SOHO that have had mini lofts built into them, with the living area under the loft, but this steps it up a notch. Bravo,


  3. cliffchampion July 11, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    ooo i saw this in a magazine a couple of weeks ago! such a cool space!