Organic materials in an office in the woods by Harrison Design.
A lot has changed with the pandemic and social isolation, and one of them was the way of working. We are sure of 2 things: no one will ever complain about having to go to work again, but they won't get rid of the office set up at home either.
In the case of this Harrison Design client, the writer didn't ask for a room to work in, but for an entire space at Arlington, Virginia. Built with wide-open doors to connect with nature, this not at all rustic cabin even has a terrace.
The architecture firm used only natural materials throughout the structure as well as in the furniture, like the versatile leather sofa and a stylish Eames chair in the main space. The wall of books is a secret passage, but it only hides the bathroom. Typical writer.
Another unusual request: full view of the garage.