Sarah Deeds salvaged a magnificent Redwood tree in California that was felled to widen a Sonoma County highway. She used the beautiful timber to clad Small Studio, an oddly-shaped 120 square foot office built beside her renovated Victorian home. All of the wood used to construct the office and art studio is either reclaimed or FSC-certified, and a host of other green building strategies ensure that the structure's carbon footprint is as tiny as its size.
This tiny studio is located in Berkeley, California
Sarah Deeds did the design and most of the build herself
Just 120 square feet, the backyard studio has a tiny footprint
High windows evacuate heat in the summer time
The studio is clad in reclaimed Redwood
Plenty of natural light floods the interior