If you had unlimited resources, what kind of library would you build for your books? Share your thoughts for a future post.
In the video embedded above, a talented architect explores a writing studio he created on Long Island. It is a dreamy writing and reading space–combining a sleek archive, a tree house, and a fairytale castle.
Here’s more about the Private Library film: “A short film about New York architect Andrew Berman’s dream project. Commissioned to design a writing studio in the woods in Long Island, he took the challenge and created a building which seems to float in a sea of foliage. The film, while informative conveys the tranquility of the building by simply inviting you to enter and experience the pace of the writer’s world inside.”