The premise of the studio was to gain a deeper knowledge of a more practical design problem. With this, I was given an attic from a house in Minneapolis in which I was tasked with creating a new space for a client. The client was a family of five who had three teenage girls who wanted a hangout space and the parents wanted a transition space for when they leave for college.
Through sections and details I created a space that serves both the parents an children's needs. The concept comes from inspiration of shapes and letters. The sweeping motion of the “L” serves as the conceptual reasoning behind the design moves such as the wet-bar/ kitchenette and the arrangement of furniture.