This ergonomic desk raises at the push of a button to a preset height for when my client wants to continue working, but no longer wants to be seated. The extra-long cables and cords roll up inside the custom covers that hide the metal legs when the desk is in the lowered position.
The cabinet fronts are decorative metal with brown speaker mesh to limit dust and provide ventilation. There are temperature controlled sensors inside the cabinets that suck air out of the exterior of the building when it reaches 75 degrees inside the cabinets to prevent the computer equipment from overheating.
This small home office is a by-product of relocating the stairway during the home's remodel. Due to the vaulted ceilings in the space, the stair wall had to pulled away from the exterior wall to allow for headroom when walking up the steps. Pulling the steps out allowed for this sweet, perfectly sized home office packed with functionality.
This fitted modern study has been designed with useful storage cabinets and drawers in order to maximise your space, whilst ensuring the furniture blends naturally with the room using curved cabinets. The Roma timber finish and our own specially blended paint colour, Bluebell, work together perfectly.
This Art Studio was placed within the tight boundaries of setback lines. It faced North so the main light was captured on the north facing façade. In order to allow the Pecan tree to continue it's growth the exposed outriggers were designed around the branches.
This space started out as a dated 80's in-law apartment, with too much kitchen cabinetry for the size of the room and a purple pink bathroom with plastic shower pan. This remodel allows for the space to be converted back to an apartment at a later date.