Workspace and Environment: Jack Dangers / Meat Beat Manifesto via Dwell Magazine

Sometimes two (or in this case, three) of my interests intersect nicely…

Jack Dangers and Ellen Corrigan had one cat, a load of oversize vintage synthesizers, and a music library of more than 10,000 records to consider when they decided to build a new home in Mill Valley, California. It was a long haul, but not a long distance, to the finished result: a two-story structure with a standing-seam metal roof, nestled along a cascading hillside where their previous house once stood, with views of Mount Tamalpais to the northwest.


Rebuilding on a challenging site in Mill Valley

Wow. It's Quiet Here...

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