Beachwood Studio by Charlap Hyman & Herrero likens itself to a mini Seagram Building

Located near the famed Hollywood sign in the Los Angeles’s Beachwood Canyon neighborhood is a condensed glass cube structure spanning less than 102 square feet. Designed by the architecture and design firm Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Beachwood Studio nods to Mies van der Rohe’s well-respected Seagram Building—but in a smaller package.

The Beachwood Studio is located next to a historic 1920s stucco residence that belongs to a retired dentist, making the studio a small retreat from his home. The glass building encases a singular room with a large black, steel desk built into a bookcase that stretches the entirety of the back wall. The dense bookshelf is complemented by antique cane chairs and two chunky wooden side chairs on the opposite side of the room. All of these components come together on a custom terrazzo floor created by Ficus Interfaith.


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