Collection by Luke Hopping

One-Room Wonders

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These studios from the city to the country do it all in pretty much four walls.

Container Store finds, like galvanized-steel shelving in the kitchen, maximize storage.
Via ArchDaily, photo by Anze Cokl.
Jane Wright, a painter and printmaker, uses one end of the building as a studio.
An artist by trade, and gardener by passion, Allison Paschke commissioned Providence-based architecture firm 3SIXØ to...
Jason and Suzanne Koxvold commissioned Studio Padron to design a 200-square-foot guesthouse on their Ellenville, New...
Uninterrupted cement flooring was chosen for the mezzanine.
In the living room, the sofa is built in modules that can be turned to face the terrace in the summertime, or the...
“What often happens in our relationship is I come to Funn with an idea and he makes it into something livable.”...
Goolrick designed sliding partitions that when closed still allow light to flow through her 560-square-foot space, and...
"I think of the bed as intimate space," Hughston says, "and putting the bed away—having it out of sight when not in...
Of the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s not-quite-500-square-foot aerie in Greenwich Village, five contain drawers.
Raising the bed above floor level, architect Kyu Sung Woo converted this tiny studio into an open and comfortable home...
The computer-designed kitchen area has the feel of a ship's galley, with everything neatly stowed, yet visible and...
Architect Christi Azevedo deployed Ikea cabinetry in the kitchen (left), which spans almost the entirety of the...
The hut was built on top of the bones of an existing pergola.
Megan Lea built a backyard retreat with reclaimed materials figuring prominently into the design.
Each shed is customizable via a recently launched interactive online tool and range from $120-150 per square foot.
Occupying a footprint of just 110 square feet, the studio finds smart ways to maximize space.
Working with a limited budget, First Lamp designed and built one principle architectural flourish: exposed Douglas fir...
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