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Abby Clawson Low.

Abby Clawson Low.

“This is a home office on the second floor of a 1940s Cape Cod style home (we are renting in Summit, NJ). The ceilings are quite low and dormered. It’s cozy. And quite a contrast to the East Village Studio (with a 15 foot ceiling) in NYC that I shared with friends. The walls are […]

PD Smith.

PD Smith.

“I’m horribly busy at the moment trying to finish my book on the City. But I’ve taken a couple of photos–one of my desk (in a typical chaos of books) and one of the other end of my workroom, where I read.” PD Smith is a writer. Doomsday Men,  a cultural history of science, superweapons and other strangeloves, […]

Mark Sanders.

Mark Sanders.

1. Office (for drawing and Computer aided design) 2. Workshop (for making things) … note the tidiness contrast – I’m one of these people who let the work bench fill up with cr*p then have a big clear out. “I tend to work on stuff without tidying up, which spoils concentration, so eventually the workspace becomes so […]

Carrie Marill.

Carrie Marill.

“I use these old irons as paper weights. I’ve always been drawn to pattern and color, so quilting was a natural interest for me. I am working on some drawings for large paintings I hope to do based on quilts. This is a new studio for me, which is why it looks pretty sparse (although i […]

Vahram Muratyan.

Vahram Muratyan.

  Vahram Muratyan, cofounder with Elodie Chaillous of ViiiZ art direction + graphic design studio in Paris. ViiiZ has published several visual concept-books in France. Portfolio here. Unless you have been living under a cultural rock, Vahram is the creator of Paris Versus New York; A visual but friendly match between those two cities seen by a lover of Paris wandering through […]

Michael Nobbs.

Michael Nobbs.

“I’ve always dreamed of a lovely oak desk nestling in the corner of a studio overlooking west Wales coast. These days I do have the studio that whilst not overlooking the west Wales coast does look down into a gorgeous Welsh valley. No oak desk yet, but I’m working on that one. Despite being lucky enough to have the […]