Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Brought to my attention:
"A short film about New York architect Andrew Berman's dream project.
Commissioned to design a writing studio in the woods in Long Island, he took the challenge and created a building which seems to float in a sea of foliage.
The film, while informative conveys the tranquility of the building by simply inviting you to enter and experience the pace of the writer's world inside.
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Private Library from David Vegezzi on Vimeo.


Via the casual optimist

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Blogger Matthew Adams said...

It would be wonderful to have a work place like that.

Have always wondered though if it would encourage creative work, or actually lull you to sleep.

If you can't create with the chaos of family and life and boring old suburbia, what chance do you have to create in a place so restful and distractingly beautiful.


I think I would rather a bedroom like that building, and a workplace in a kitchen/dining/lounge area with kids and pets and life everywhere.

27 September 2011 7:53:00 am GMT-5  
Blogger Pepo PĂ©rez said...

I would like to see the face of the writer. Her back is adorable

27 September 2011 9:56:00 am GMT-5  

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