studio progress

February 25, 2013

I had recently mentioned that the studio is undergoing some re-design.  It is moving along at a good click...

First major news and upgrade to the space is....HEAT!



My 45000 BTU Schwank Infrared Radiant heat system.  A Valentines Day present to heat up my life! What more could any girl want.  It is so amazing to go out and not lose feeling in all extremities... and my coffee consumption has also decreased. 


Next...Shelving.

Which has lead to lots of sorting, shuffling, more sorting and more shuffling. But we can see the light at the end of the organizational tunnel. Also we have both decided that we are Never Ever, moving...EVER...

 
 
At 3000 lbs per shelf, all that steel and pallet wood will soon have a home.




As for these beauties, they will take an architectural storage role in the studio, which offers the prefect industrial charm with the concrete floors and exposed duct work.
 







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