On a lush green landscape and nestled between a multitude of verdant green trees in Long Island, there lies a Zen Writing Studio created by New York architect Andrew Berman.
In the video, ‘Private Library’ by a Space in Time, we get a glimpse into a writer’s private haven. When the narrow wooden door is opened, the writer (who is not named in the video) ascends the stairs into her quaint sanctuary of creativity. The room is filled with large windows which gives the writer a picturesque view of nature from almost all angles.
The Zen Writing Studio is unique in that it isn’t just a specific location in the home, it really is a place of solitude--something many writers long for.
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