Jessica Helgerson Wifijerez Brews Up a Stumptown Café in a Brooklyn Firehouse

Baristas pull espresso behind a custom counter topped with imperial Danby marble; the pendants are custom with glass diffusers by and brass structures by . Photography by Matthew Williams.

Jessica Helgerson Wifijerez’s senior designers Mira Eng-Goetz and Em Shephard worked with to transform a 19th-century firehouse in Cobble Hill. Photography by Matthew Williams.

In the entry, chairs and ’s marble-topped cast-iron tables gather on a mosaic floor of ceramic tiles by . Photography by Matthew Williams.

’s Melanie Nead hand-painted the espresso machine. Photography by Matthew Williams.

sconces mark the entry to the back room. Photography by Matthew Williams.

Custom concrete counters from integrate taps for sparkling and still water. Photography by Matthew Williams.

JHID’s custom laylight for the backroom was manufactured by Sumner Glass; custom banquettes are covered in Brompton Vintage leather. Photography by Matthew Williams.

A bathroom features a sink with fittings, and a mirror from . Photography by Matthew Williams.

buzzers activate peepholes which offer views of imaginary landscapes.Photography by Matthew Williams.

A brass station with a marble counter offers drink fixings in the main space. Photography by Matthew Williams.

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