Washington, D.C., artist Brece Honeycutt finds creative stimulation in nature, preferring to sculpt and draw with organic media like wool, paper, earth, charcoal, and pastels.
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The material ties them to the studio's burnished exterior.
Unfussy copper rods act as balusters on the mezzanine level and as tracks for movable clamp lights in the main workspace.
Residential Architect Executive Editor Meghan Drueding and architect Richard Williams,...
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