stua: “ The Brain, Seattle WA by Olson Kundig Architects. The Brain is a cubic-foot cinematic laboratory where the client, a filmmaker, can work out ideas.
I would be in book heaven. One day I'll have not only a home big enough for a room like this, but also enough books to fill the shelves. Well, a girl can dream, can't she? Private library designed by architecture firm Ilai, photography by Lukas Wassmann.
I wonder if having a sun roof and/or a window wall would make the studio lights. Just would need the sanded window paint
the windows and light! The books! The forest view! The windows! The BOOKS! Find me this home, move me in, and I'll be a cozy hermit forever.
Atelier - small world of French artist Ronan-Jim Sevellec. At 80 years of age, his most recent exposition was in 2012 and saw his boxes of tiny artist’s workshops and old antique rooms displayed in various eccentric and romantic locations around Paris