Home to Prospect Refuge Studio during our time in Northeast Minneapolis, this one-room studio served as workspace and dreamspace. Surrounded by flotsam from passion projects and objects of beauty large and small - order and inspiration lived in tandem happily ever after.
Dawn, Roobios, Sawdust
2017 Artful Living Magazine - October
Working with old friends and new, designing for ourselves was an opportunity to experiment with materials, techniques, and design approaches. From hand-poured and pigmented concrete sinks to prototypes of modular storage systems, we capitalized on the opportunity to challenge ourselves.
Every space we design is influenced by what came before: the history of a building, the existing architecture, the memories of a person, or the accomplishments of a business.
Our work is incredibly fulfilling, and the workspace that supports it should share the load. A good space gifts us happy gatherings, hosts meetings full of goals and big dreams, and nurtures quiet and productive moments.
“There’s a reason people hire designers - it’s difficult to turn a critical eye on yourself and your needs. It’s amazing, but we learned a lot about our studio through designing our space. It’s full of memories and moments I’ll never forget.”
-Victoria Sass, Owner, Prospect Refuge Studio