The fall has us thinking about hard-working spaces for homework-burdened children.
Above: We like the earthy wood and rattan storage boxes coupled with splashes of blue at a child’s workspace in Sweden via Elle Interior.
Above: A workspace in Mill Valley by Quezada Architects.
Above: Hallway as children’s work area by Delson or Sherman Architects.
Above: A workspace in London, via Living Etc.
Above: A homework space by Japanese architects Takeshi Hosaka (via World Architecture News).
Above: An aspiring artist’s room, from Cookie Magazine; for sourcing ideas, go to Cookie.
Above: A girl’s study space, via OhDeeDoh, with all components from Ikea.
Above: A study space in New York with plenty of shelving opportunities, via Platt Dana Architects.
Above: A workspace in a compact room for two brothers by Takaharu and Yui Tezuka Archtect in Tokyo, via Dwell.
Above: Built-in cabinetry in a children’s room by Guga Architecture in LA.
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