Thursday, December 30, 2010

Forest library shedworking

A lovely design by architects Gluck Partners, a private library and study area in the woods in upstate New York specialising in Japanese culture. There are now windows, simply sliding glass doors in the 20ft x 20ft shedworking structure. Gluck told Architectural Record that the space, which is for his wife Carol, was perfect and that she spent all day in there: "She gets more done in there than anywhere else."
Via Tiny House Design
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