Early winter, I start drawing my next year’s projects, including the writer’s studio I’ve put off for years, thinking for some reason that I didn’t deserve my own writer’s studio (my spacefaring friend’s inspiration to complete the dance floor project changed all that).
I’ve decided to build a writer’s studio that looks like a building that was blown over by the wind (at least from the outside).
Here are a couple of working sketches, subject to much change before implementing the construction phase:
[Probably should put this in one of the free CAD programs on my notebook PC.]
Other ideas to add:
- Secret room/stairwell.
- Hidden door.
- Electrical outlets.
- Greenhouse/growing space/alcove.
- Electronic maker’s space.
- Sound system.
- Use glass stored in garage for windows since weight is not as much of as issue as it was in the third story portion of the writer’s studio/treehouse.
Question: should the adobe hut attach to this structure?