Desert Shelter by Victor Sidy

This is one of the structures designed & built by residents at Taliesin West.

Live/ Work Shelter in the Arizona Desert. New steel and polycarbonate structure is superimposed upon the ‘artifact’ of concrete and stone, creating a dialouge between historic and contemporary forms. A grassy lawn cantilevers over a dry wash, further intensifying the contrast between the Natural and transient human intervention.” – Victor Sidy

See more of this Desert Shelter (1999) on Victor Sidy’s website.

Nice Idea for a True Live-Work Space

Study Beds allow you to turn any extra bedroom into a study and back into a bedroom in seconds. What’s especially clever about the design is nothing on the desk’s surface has to be moved or even disrupted when it lowers and reveals the flip down bed. Available in single and double models.” – Curbly 

Learn more about this The Study Bed

Visit the folks that make The Study Bed