Gallery space
Sitting room outside of the Printing Studio
Entry into Printing Studio
Painting Studio
Living areas with Kitchen
Looking towards the entry and Studio
Living areas
Looking towards the entry and Studio
The built-ins define the space between the living and gallery areas
Painting studio
Print making studio
The press in the print studio with exposed steel truss
Myers/Rich Live/Work Space

These clients are artists who were drawn to the idea of combining their studios with their home. With the purchase of a 5,000-square-foot brick building, we were able to help them do just that. The design divides the building into roughly one-third living space and two-thirds studio space. The owners are delighted with the end result, and they find equally rewarding the contribution they have made to the preservation and revitalization of their neighborhood.


Design by Tim Fuller with Bryan Anderson
Construction by Buck Brothers Construction with 3 Ring Scenic
Photography by Peter Kerze
This project was designed while Tim was at SALA Architects


St. Paul Heritage Preservation Award, 2004


“Art House,” Midwest Home and Garden, March 2004 “Urban Canvas,” Architecture Minnesota, May/June 2004


Myers Rich Live/Work Project Sheet (PDF)

New Construction
design, home, living area, neighborhood, preservation, studio