A Boston Photographer's Live & Work Space

A Boston Photographer's Live & Work Space

Aaron Able
Nov 23, 2009

Originally featured nearly 6 years ago in the January/February 2004 issue of Dwell, the ideas in Boston- based photographer Kent Dayton's home and workspace are still fresh — especially the orange-red concrete floor!

Kent Dayton hired architects at Grant Studio to design the 1,500 square foot space — working within the constraints of a partially built-out space in a multi-unit building. Especially notable are the sliding panels that can be used to help divide living and workspace.

The space was awarded a 2003 AIA Boston Design Award. You can see the full story and more pictures at Dwell | Urban Usonian.

Images: Kent Dayton

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