Studio Tour

Edit: Since this post was written we have closed our office at this location.

As mentioned in the last post, we recently had a building sign installed to mark our little place in the world. It’s just a simple little sign, no glitz or glamor, but just having it there has energized out enthusiasm for our work and for showing a little more of our world to others.

Today, I’ve been inspired to share a few pictures of our new studio space we moved into a few months back. After 3+ years of working from our home office, I’m (we are) very happy to have a spot away from the distractions of home. A place perfect for designing, meetings, presentations, and the ever-famous Don Draper daytime naps.

Our new spot is modest suite on the second floor of a print shop which is a very convienient coincidence. All in all we have about 600 square feet, divided into two rooms.  We use the larger of the two as a work space with desks, tables, chalkboard walls, and  a small sitting area for casual chats and laptop sessions. The smaller front room is more of a meeting room and presentation space.

Behold-

Desk setup in work room.

Desk setup in work room.

 

Some couches for casual chats, laptopping, and naps.

Some couches for casual chats, laptopping, and naps.

 

Our room reserved for meetings, presentations, and more formal chatting.

Our room reserved for meetings, presentations, and more formal chatting.

We have nice neighbors and a view of the main street hubbub. All-in-all, I’m (we are) pretty happy about it.

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