Studio: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

Since 1992, Engine House No. 7 has functioned as the home gallery, studio and residence for renowned sculptor Craig Kraft. An active firehouse for nearly 100 years, the historic building was converted into a single-family home with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

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