Designing a home office that gets the job done while keeping family life in balance

Posted in Staff News on December 1st, 2017 by admin

The Washington Post | November 20, 2017

Artist Larry Kirkland designs monumental site-specific installations for institutions around the world. His 40-foot-high bronze doors, etched in Latin verse from the first page of Genesis in the Gutenberg Bible, form the entrance to the new Museum of the Bible on Fourth Street SW.

He conceives these works in a light-filled double garage-sized studio — designed by architect Michael Lee Beidler — that joins his Northwest Washington house with translucent glass pocket doors. “So I keep the light between the two spaces,” Kirkland said.

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Michael on Architecture

Posted in Staff News on July 1st, 2011 by admin

People’s District – a blog devoted to telling the history of Washington, DC through stories of it’s resident’s profiles Trout Design’s own Michael Biedler. Read the full article here: