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A Daughter Lovingly Builds A Writer's Workspace By The River For Her Mom
By Loke Shi Ying, 07 Dec 2013
Oregon-based architect and university professor Erin Moore recently found an opportunity to build a unique project for her mother, professor and nature writer, Kathleen Dean Moore.
She built a quiet retreat that they call the 'Watershed', where computers are not allowed and all writing is done by hand.
Kathleen wanted a quiet workspace near the wetlands on the banks of the Marys River in Oregon.
As a result, Erin constructed a little cabin like no other. It utilizes a prefabricated steel frame and materials like red cedar, glass and concrete.
The result is a stylish, modern and yet nature-inspired writer's retreat that is just perfect for Kathleen, and the envy of all writers seeking solitude.
[via My Modern Met]
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