(Credit: Adrian Gaut)

The 1930s factory converted into a luxury bathhouse in Brooklyn, New York

As if Brooklyn’s trendy quarter of Williamsburg could get any more desirable, the neighbourhood now boasts its very own bathhouse thanks to co-founders Travis Talmadge and Jason Goodman who have converted a 1930s soda factory.

Working alongside architects Verona Carpenter, the duo have created a simply stunning space that has added yet more value to the surrounding area. If you were looking for the perfect place to unwind after a busy day in the bustling streets of New York City then the Bathhouse is it.

The eclectic space is being tagged as a location for people to look and feel their best. It combines all of the traditional social elements of a classic bathhouse with an array of modern treatments which will fit in with any lifestyle.

The location, to put it bluntly, is simply stunning and represents the designer’s intended duality. Pitched against the original brickwork and vaulted ceilings is a clean and crisp modern design which accentuates the 6500 square foot subterranean expanse.

Situated within the lower ground floor are thermal pools, two kinds of cedar-wood sauna, a starlight steam room, cryotherapy booths as well as a ‘Float Lab’ sensory deprivation tank to soothe mind, body and soul. For the athletes among us, the Bathhouse also offers massages, scrubs and deep stretches.

Once you’re done with all that pampering and have hibernated long enough visit the restuarant. Helmed by the fantastic chef Nejc Seruga, the ground floor area has a host of enticing Northern and Eastern European-inspired dishes.

When you put together the location, the curated design, the careful attention to detail alongside the highest quality facilities and warmest reception you have one of the most desirable new attractions that Williamsburg, Brooklyn has to offer. You have The Bathhouse.

(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)
(Credit: Adrian Gaut)

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