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MORK-ULNES ARCHITECTS / SFOSL / ARTIST STUDIO (2016)

Norwegian-born architect Casper Mork-Ulnes recently completed an amoeba-like pavilion housing a kitchen and dining area, the extension to a skylit artist’s studio he designed the year before for a creative couple living on a three-acre farm in Sonoma County, Northern California. The 2,500 square feet barn, featuring a dramatic inverted butterfly roof, accommodates an artist’s studio and an office; the new addition flows out to the garden where the homeowners planted bamboo, bird-of-paradise plants, aloes, edible taro, a fig tree and some creeping vines. Though easily sealed off from the elements, the pavilion has sliding glass doors that can completely open and take full advantage of Sonoma County’s clement weather.

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