Like many creative people I do much of my designing and conceptualisation at home. My work often extends itself into family hours or well into the night – times where I find I am the most creative.
I wanted to create a studio unit that could fit into my living space. It needed to be subtle and as versatile as possible.
For this design, once again, I looked to the past where every architect had a big drafting table. I went through many designs and summarised their best functions trying to fit as much as I could into a cube – as many working surfaces as possible and a lot of storage. I created a little studio that could be used by a few people including my then 3 year old daughter Stella.