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Today we will talk about the design of the creative studio. Creative family needs creative space.
For Otamna Sprouls, her husband and her two children who are at home school, the studio is also a place for games with the Lego designer, beat the rhythm on drums, screen printing on T-shirts, create decorations for the holidays, develop collages and even create toys -chup.
"We wanted to have a separate place for our creative and" dirty "projects, so that they did not end up at the end of the dinner table," says Sprouls.
They turned to the spouses Black Rick and Cindy who developed the design of the creative studio, which is distinguished by its purity, brightness and openness, with a small industrial feeling.
Concrete connection of the new studio area of 11 square meters with a snow-white ledge and niche, trimmed with pine boards, creates a neutral background for creativity.
"I was inspired by the creative workshops of French artists," says Sprouls.
"I wanted the room to feel clean, but at the same time, so that it had constructive details."
The concrete wall of one side of the room will cause interest to yourself from visitors to our portal of the Interiors Room.
"If you own a large space, you will need to see some texture and lines," says Cindy Black.
An open niche, trimmed with pine boards, is used by Stutsman and his 3-year-old son to store drum sets.
The couple planned this space under the head of the bed, and in the future they want to convert it into a guest room.
The family enters the new room through the sliding door from the dining room of their main house, then descends a few steps down into the studio, which is on the slope leading to the creek.
Sprouls wanted to create a large space to accommodate 15 and more children and their parents for various projects.
The architects set the window at a low altitude to focus the view down to the creek, and not to the neighbor's house.
"It's amazing to feel in a large space, but at the same time cozy," says Cindy.
The main roof of the studio is just a pediment, and part of it was designed to house a lantern that brings light into the room, but blocks it for a neighboring house.
Lamps in the interior
There is a minimalist style in the interior – a smooth concrete floor at the entrance turns into a staircase and a writing desk. The green door at the end of the hallway leads to the garage.
The glass front door on the right leads to the wooden deck, while the other door on the left leads to the laundry room and outdoor shower.
Wall paint: Chantilly Lace, Benjamin Moore; door and accent paint: Tailpot Palm, Sherwin-Williams; lamps in the form of a ball: Seagull Lighting.
The house sits in the floodplain and it took six months to go through the process of obtaining permission to approve the new structure of this one with a sloped back of the property.
Since the main house is made of terracotta brick, the owners and architects knew that they could not have created a structure that matched it, so they sought to do something that would stand out.
AFTER: The dark gray metal panels wrap the new studio. Here you see the roof line. The concrete beam of it goes beyond the limits to form a drain, which will carry water from the building.
This door in the rustic style is visible from the dining room, and it leads to the studio.
Again, the team used pine boards to create a door with a thick frame, which will give integrity to the entire interior.
Shelves of galvanized pipe continue the production theme in the laundry and toilet. The door leads to a shower in the open air.
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