Monday, 23 March 2009

New Project Part 5


We have a hellish week behind us with different teams of technical workers finishing the technical installations in our new studio. Having workers in the house in never easy, but in our case this is aggravated by the fact that we have to keep fifteen dogs at bay that don't take kindly to unknown men drilling and moving things around.

We had lots of lights and sockets installed to have the full use of the 14mt long table.


When the electricians left, the airco guys arrived. We had two strong units installed, since this glass encased room will easily reach 60C in summer.



We had the ugly tubes connecting the inside units with the motors brough up through the wooden ceiling, across the room under the eaves and down again through the ceiling outside the house where the motors are hidden by the bamboo. It took a team of three men ten hours to achieve this, by they did an outstanding job.



And now is our turn to move tons of stuff from the small studio to the new one. It will take us a while...



The lamps we used have been waiting in the attic several years to start their second life. They were old street lamps in the city of K├╝tahya. City workers were changing them for ugly new ones. We asked and got eight of them for free!
We stripped them of layers of paint and grime. Painted white and with new shades, they give the room a lovely fin-de-siecle winter garden atmosphere.


As we said, it will take some time to get all this organized, but eventually we will and show you the results.


To be continued...

27 comments:

  1. wow Star it looks AMAZING! You are so lucky to be able to look out over beautiful views while you work :)

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  2. oooh and wooow!
    it looks very promising...I am just drooling over it...when will I have a studio like this?

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  3. Wow! looks really amazing and you'll be so creative here I am sure! Well done :)

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  4. it looks awesome ! and those lamps are yummy !

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  5. Amazing workspace!! And I love the beautiful details in there :)

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  6. What a lovely studio. Imagine sitting there create in front of that beautiful view.....

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  7. wow! it looks fabulous and has come along so quickly. you'll really enjoy that!

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  8. Unbelievable what you did with that place:-)

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  9. looks like a pretty place where you both can get allot of inspiration!

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  10. WOW, I am a tiny bit green...
    You have done so much hard work and it will be such a joy sitting there creating!

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  11. What a fabulous place to work! I love the light fixtures and the glass cabinets, and the floor, and the view, well heck, I love it all! You are very lucky!

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  12. I am so incredibly envious!! Your work space is so amazing. Worth the work! Love the views through the windows, the displays, the tables.... I love everything!

    BTW, today I included your amazing Roses Handbag in my post on Etsy Spring Flower Finds. Maybe my post will generate even more traffic to your shop and that means you will have to spend more time in your lovely studio! :)

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  13. 14 meter of table - that is like a dream come through! Love to see this project grow and it looks super good! The lamps are stunning! :)

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  14. wow! awesome work space I'm green with envy!

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  15. Gorgeous room...gorgeous lamps. I'm so jealous!

    xxx

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  16. A fantastic post! I'm so impressed! I so wish I had many of the things seen here... starting with light. :)

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  17. Can I work for you please?

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  18. Those lamps are divine! Lovely space. :)

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  19. Oh, LOVE it!!! May I come and work in your studio? :) Love the lamps too!

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  20. A 14 m long table...a 14 m long table...? Can I move in with you?

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  21. WOW! this space is awesome! i LOVE all those windows and the light fixtures..this is soooo good!

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  22. Wow! I can't wait to see the final touch! I can relate to the lots of work. My hubby is still busy with the living room! Still not yet done and he has deadline to finish it by end of May before my parents and sister are here for holidays! :P

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  23. OMG what a great place I want to work there too Please take me like adopted child pleaseeee :)

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  24. Looking Fantastic Star! Well done you:)

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  25. Superb Estella! Wow! I think you got yourselves heaven on earth for crafters!
    Good luck!

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