Monday, January 25, 2016

Future Studiohomes


Consider unusual living situations that allow for creative production on a daily basis --expression prized over lounging, dining, & zoning out.

Factory windows, Instruments


Exposed beams + brick


Spacious, Hardwood floors
Above series: Lev Lugovskoy’s Russian loft 


BAKER WORKSHOP Art Studio in Long Island City, NY 




Natural light

Area rugs


Concrete floor

Exposed boxes + sprinklers


Concrete walls

Terrace/balcony

Sparse


Bed low to ground/No real frame


Living space more like a workspace than a 'sanctuary.'


The Old Button Factory - Studio B, Waterloo, ON


Bench/pew seating
Mismatched chairs
Sheer curtains
Bright wall


Factory clothing studio

Large pillars


Ready for photo shoots