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Kartwheel’s Annie St. Photography Studio

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 06, 2012 12:17 PM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Nov 05, 2012

If the inside of our brain had a look — it’d be this. A gorgeous example of how exceptional space planning, efficient design and someone not afraid of living/working cozy can make for a truly stunning and simple tiny piece of architecture. Founded in 2011 by Austinite and wood worker — Continue reading …




 

 

If the inside of our brain had a look — it’d be this. A gorgeous example of how exceptional space planning, efficient design and someone not afraid of living/working cozy can make for a truly stunning and simple tiny piece of architecture.

Founded in 2011 by Austinite and wood worker David Clark, Kartwheel aims to repurpose and upcycle whenever possible, and that, combined with a true dedication to craftsmanship means you get really unique, beautiful spaces and products. Hip on structures, furniture, interiors and more, check out all that David’s done on his online portfolio.

But back to the Annie Street Studio — only 350 square feet and located in the back of a residence, it comes with a fully equipped dark room and adorable sleeping loft for guests. LOVE. More photos and information here.

So…do you wanna immediately hire Kartwheel to build a photo studio like this in your backyard or what?

Images: by Alexandra Valenti

 

 

 
 
 

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