Interior design isn’t just an art form for some, it can transcend into a science of carefully calculated measurements and creative concepts to make living and working a more functional cohesion. For this artist’s studio in Italy, the big hurdle to get over happened to be making the most of square footage to combine working and living into one open area.
Crafted by Harry Thaler, the Atelierhouse’s interior was built with MDF and timber wood into simple and informal pieces of furniture that were stylish yet mobile and able to provide a bit of privacy as well. The ability to move the pieces not only creates different spaces altogether for the home, but frees up workspace on a whim.
This all goes without mentioning that the palette and simple materials still make for an overall rustic look that has an inherent appeal about it.