Collection by Robby Genochio

Rose's Art Studio

Ergonomically designed for a single person, the Ecospace WorkPod is can be the ideal home studio or office on a small...
This Three-Level Loft in San Francisco Is an Artist's Sanctuary
This lively live/work studio in San Francisco's Dogpatch is a constant work-in-progress that mirrors its inhabitants' creative...
The concrete plinth supports the planters and deck while concealing a foundation of concrete pylons.
The ceramics studio was formerly a pergola wrapped in chicken wire, used as a dog kennel by the previous owner.
A section of the facade—a cross between a shoji screen and a barn door—slides open.
The sloped roof of Carlton’s art studio grows a colorful mix of sedum species.
Behind the house, a fish cleaning station leads to the laundry room and a storage room.
Out of the Valley Cabin
A perfect destination for visitors to Devon, England who love the environment and seek serene, natural surroundings, as well as...
An Architect Builds His Own Backyard Oasis From Salvaged Materials
In a Brooklyn backyard, an off-duty architect builds a structure that tests his attention to the little things.
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