Kimberley Bryan
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A Place to Create

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Their new studio is based on Khambatta's mom's farm in Pennsylvania. Khambatta worked with All Purpose Structures of Sumner, Washington, to build an initial carport structure. He later added a fourth wall with sliding glass doors.Great care was taken to ensure that the studio was suitable for dancers, with design pointers from friend Paul Thorpe. Key to the studio's design are its high ceilings without interior support columns. A basket weave of 1- by 3-inch boards under the bamboo was used to create a floor with just enough give and spring.

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ro12345 added this to ro12345's Ideas
July 9, 2014
Dance and Space
lalaloohoo added this to Interiors 3...612
January 13, 2014
780 ft2 addition
denmother added this to denmother's ideas
October 13, 2013
open floor plan
felo_10 added this to felo_10's Ideas
September 8, 2013
A place to dance
sammymagee added this to living simply
September 8, 2013
Creative couples take up space. They move around, have lots of supplies and generally need private areas to feel inspired and work on projects. That's why dancer Cyrus Khambatta and painter Denise Johnson set out to add more space to their 1934 Seattle home, in the form of a multiuse dance and painting studio in their backyard. Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Cyrus Khambatta, Denise Johnson and their daughter Location: Seattle Size: 1,500 square feet plus a 780-square-foot detached studio; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms That's interesting: The home formerly sat on a flat lot with one lone apple tree. The homeowners completed their landscaping in part through Plant Amnesty's Adopt-A-Plant and Green-Share programs. Year built: 1934
sammymagee added this to show home
September 8, 2013
Creative couples take up space. They move around, have lots of supplies and generally need private areas to feel inspired and work on projects. That's why dancer Cyrus Khambatta and painter Denise Johnson set out to add more space to their 1934 Seattle home, in the form of a multiuse dance and painting studio in their backyard. Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Cyrus Khambatta, Denise Johnson and their daughter Location: Seattle Size: 1,500 square feet plus a 780-square-foot detached studio; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms That's interesting: The home formerly sat on a flat lot with one lone apple tree. The homeowners completed their landscaping in part through Plant Amnesty's Adopt-A-Plant and Green-Share programs.
jaboncilo added this to jaboncilo's ideas
September 7, 2013
Always wanted something like this!!!!!
linseylou83 added this to linseylou83's Ideas
September 7, 2013
Dance studio in backyard!
eriqde added this to eriqde's Ideas
September 7, 2013
Barn
chandapeerthum added this to chandapeerthum's Ideas
September 6, 2013
Painting
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