We keep talking about the idea of downsizing, but sometimes people have a lot of stuff that they want to keep. Artists, in particular, have their stock in trade that they can't just scan and store in the cloud. Israeli architects Ranaan Stern and Shany Tai designed this 200 square foot artists studio with a place for everything and everything in its place. According to Designboom:
The adaptable interior contains a varied family and personal collection of 2D pieces dating from the 1940′s to today, which was specifically measured for storing. They were organized and ordered according to groups, sizes and artistic connections.
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