Architect Jeremy Levine added a home office to the recent green renovation of his southern Californian home. We love the warmth of the room with its timber ceiling and the fact that he recycled scraps from the main house to fit out his studio.
Levine’s work has been featured in Dwell and Angeleno magazine but check him out on Flickr for some great candid shots of his work including his own office (above) and the room he built around a tree (below).
We like those tall thin book towers to the left of his desk. You can get something similar at West Elm for $179. His desk chair is Herman Miller’s classic Aeron. And the chunky wooden stools peeking out in the foreground on the left are designed by Levine from timber left over from the renovation.