I had another home to post about for today, but when Rooth mentioned how amazing the room above was in Monday’s post , I decided to share the rest of that space instead.
The nook is actually located in a California studio that serves as a guest house/art studio/work space/meeting locale. Architect Cathy Schwabe designed the multifunctional space. She says, “The room as a whole lends itself easily to the flexibility of furniture arrangements the varied group functions requires.”
The 864 sf/80 sm studio features exposed beams, hidden work stations and our favorite- polished concrete floors.
[images davyid wakely via houzz | oakland architects & cathy schwabe architects | quote source fine home building]