'Archi[ten]sions' recently designed a tiny backyard studio that is reserved for creative writing. Although the idea of having a room solely dedicated to one's literary pursuits may seem unusual, the concept is fairly common in the UK. This lovely little studio offers an American take on a time-honored tradition.
The tiny backyard studio is located in a residential neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. Upon first glance, the studio appears very simple. However, the inside reveals an unusual shape that is intended to inspire creativity. The walls are made from bright pine plywood and the room itself is minimally furnished. In fact, the only furniture inside the studio is a folding table and a small chair.
The idea behind the writing shed is to provide a quiet and distraction-free environment for writers to let their imagination run wild.
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