Design| “Scavenger Studio” Is The ideal Work From Home Space


• Washington -based architecture firm Eerkes Architects have grasp the attention of design lovers and locals with their latest design dubbed the “Scavenger Studio“. This 693-sq ft cabin happens to be made up of mostly free materials from homes in the surrounding area that were due to be demolished. Tucked away in a woodland area, this quaint space offers quiet, comfort and peaceful vibes.

The foundation is built upon a 6-foot structure that keeps the house straight while keeping constrution cost down. The exterior uses T1-11 plywood for a darkened appearance while the interior uses an unfinished version of the same material on the ceilings. There’s also drywall covers and masonite throughout, designed to keep the space minimalist.

View The Rest Of The ‘Scavenger Studio’ Below, ENJOY!


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