NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio, San Francisco, California

Usually I feature home interiors but when I came across this stunning studio space it felt right to share it. I’m a creative and have always dreamed of having my own studio space. I hope that there will come a time in the not too distant future when I’m able to take on a space that I can make as welcoming and inspiring as this studio.

This stunning space is the NICOLEHOLLIS Studio in San Francisco. It’s a 5,000 sq. foot, old industrial building with original steel framed windows and high ceilings. Not only do the large windows flood the building with light but also offer a view which stretches from the Bay Bridge to Twin Peaks. Poured concrete has been used throughout for the flooring, creating a continuity between the divided space. Made to feel as relaxed as possible, many rooms emulate home comforts, like the kitchen with its island, a meeting room that appear more like a dining room and one that’s like a living room. A large dining table in the kitchen encourages staff to have lunch family-style.

NICOLEHOLLIS Studio work with many inspiring designers, artists and fabricators who often drop off new furniture and materials to be placed around the studio for inspiration. There’s also a beautiful charred wood wall, turned black with the Japanese Shou Sugi Ban technique, that separates off their materials library.

The reception is a little more traditional in it’s design but with a beautiful ode to American conceptual artist, Donald Judd, the front desk is a stunning brass-clad box.