In Tel Aviv is an art studio which has been custom designed for a client down to the exact measurements of their equipment. There is a place for literally everything that the artist uses, and its all stored away neatly to provide a clutter free, organised work space.
The above image is a photo of the space which, although fairly small, holds everything that the artist could possibly need. The designers even organised the storage to account for what the artist uses the most, in order to ensure that those particular pieces of equipment are easily and readily accessible.
One of my favourite parts of the room is the clever way in which the designers struck a balance between light and privacy. A studio needs to be bright, but the artist also wanted to work in private. Therefore, the designers hung gauze blinds over the window to blur the view in and out, but also let through plenty of light. This is something which I feel would be very useful for my client, especially in the bedroom as I intend to allow a lot of light to enter the room as a way of waking them up naturally.