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We’ve been working from Pear Tree Studio for around 14 years now. It was purpose-built when we first moved here, as our web design studio, but over the years it has morphed into a music studio, fly tying space, camping store and chill-out room. And with all that, has come a huge amount of ‘stuff’.
So it was time for a revamp, a restructure and a redesign.
As I do more music now, the audio setup and equipment had to be incorporated into the space so that it was usable and easily accessible at all times, not something that had to come out when web design had finished. It’s amazing what you collect when making music. I have a lot of vintage 70’s hi-fi and speakers along with all the midi instruments, keyboards and mixers. I use a core setup so these had to be to hand and ready to use.
Storage has always been an issue and more and more shelves and cupboards had been added to the studio over time to accommodate the ballooning ‘stuff’. None of it really working well. So it was out with 90% of the furniture and a new custom-made shelving and storage system was built using scaffold boards and metal tubing. It took a while to build but the new system works perfectly.