The Poetry of Architecture

A pen. Some paper. A bit of inspiration. A quiet place to think. Of all the things a writer needs, it’s the last one that’s the hardest to come by. That was the challenge posed to New York based architect Eric J. Smith by one of his long-time clients: build a writer’s studio that would function as a tranquil sanctuary where he might fully embrace a lifelong love of the written word. In so doing, Smith created not only the perfect place to write, but a four walled metaphor for the act of writing itself.

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