Nothing like a refreshing retro throwback home office to set the mood for the rest of the week. Above, we have Ingmar Bergman's study which features a nice simple wood desk, an Eames Lounge seater for reading by the window, and some wooden trim speakers mounted on a wall for light listening sessions.
The photos themselves are from an estate auction sale back in 2009, so if you're actually looking to purchase any of the above furniture, you'll have to refer to his Flickr set.
But above all things, we're in love with his beautiful library that connects to the home office upstairs. It's bright and well-lit, has yet another Eames Lounge chair of reading (we're starting to notice a trend here), and makes us feel like these types of libraries might be a distant memory in a few years as everyone starts trending towards digital readers to be a little greener.
On the other hand, isn't coming out with an e-Reader every 1-2 years much less greener if they're not produced to be compostable with sustainable materials? We will have to bug some people in Berkeley about their thoughts on that. Or perhaps one of our readers might know?