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Studio House Design – a balance of Live and Work

Studio house designs require a delicate balance to accommodate the conflicting functions of work and play, and this Annapolis, Maryland ranch style home, originally designed in the 1970s by Y. Toshimoto, with its detached work area, just wasn’t working. This new live work house, redesigned by Bohl Architects, combines the home and the studio, connected into a single structure but each boasting its own distinctly different feel. A stone fireplace feature becomes an instant focal point, blending with this stone home design’s earthy aesthetic and adding instant warmth. Overhead, an exposed wood-beam ceiling is a warm contrast against the cool stone walls. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the vistas of Chesapeake Bay. Bohl Architects
via Arch Daily
photo credits: Ron Solomon, Bohl Architects
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