To facilitate the blending of interior and exterior space, an oversized opening with sliding doors connects the studio to the terrace and garden. Smaller operable openings supplement this and allow cross-ventilation, reducing the need to utilize the building’s mechanical systems.
Warm ipe siding in varied widths is set up in a rainscreen assembly that provides superior water protection and increased thermal performance of the building’s envelope.
Custom-designed black metal window and door trim detailing polishes off the simplicity of the elevation.
The guitar storage wall is finished in cork tiles, providing acoustic absorption as well as a textural shift and convenient place for hanging creative works-in-progress. It will be highlighted with integral LED tape light along top and bottom.
Wood lath follows the slope of the ceiling, detailed with gentle curves at angled joints to avoid abrupt changes in direction. A new concrete topping slab was finished with a two-part industrial, high gloss epoxy.
The bathroom wardrobe can be see in detail at the left, its black stain a dramatic contrast to the warm lath and cool floor.