Erudition – The Interior of Study Spaces
Whenever we plan to design a home, we tend to take all aspects of architectural layering pretty seriously, but once in a while, there is one space that tends to take a backseat to more overrated divided layouts of public and private zones – the study. Most of the times, it gets laid off as an ‘extra’ space – one which is often amalgamated as a small nook inside bedroom and home offices. But for some, a study space can be sanctuary they escape to for not only carrying out some serious office work in a relaxed environ, but also as an extended reading nook or meeting space. The layout of a study needs to be specific – in that it has a very particular furniture set. How you play with that subset of product design in a limited amount of space is what makes the study design a challenge. Today, we will be looking at a few exceptionally designed studies that might inspire you to redesign your own.
Of Chromes and Contrast
if you look at the study below, you would be instantly overwhelmed with a sense of modernism. That is, in part because of the sleek material palate, but the furniture layout and interior detail is exceptionally done. The desk design is perfectly designed for the anthropometry of a well sized desktop, and the cabinets above are handy enough to be accessible for decent file storage. On the very side is a relaxing area located strategically next to a window – perfect for sitting down and having a cup of coffee when on a break.
Of Distractions and Nooks
While designing a study, you have to know the professional aspect of the person it is being designed for. If you look at the option below, you will notice that the tone of this study is not fit for a somber allocation, but would be perfectly inspirational for a designer or an artist.
Of glass walls and see-through
This particular study is a subset of the living area. Perfect for a single person apartment, this study design offers a see through aspect that uses the glass wall as a psychological barrier. Not only does it create a sense of openness to this interior setting, it amalgamates the color and material palate pretty well too.
The Vertical Study
The bookshelves and cabinets are an important aspect of any god study design, and this one takes it a peg up by designing the bookshelf in the most innovative of ways – a definite winner.
Of popping colors and coziness
A study usually needs to be clear of all distractions so most designers avoid using colors that are too bright. But this study overcomes that stipulation by making the desk face the window – which gives it an added bonus of a nice view – while the rest of the study is designed with a fearlessly bold color palate.