Our mother’s always told us not to judge a book by it’s cover, and Atlanta-based architects David Yocum & Brian Bell remind us why we shouldn’t. The two took a run-down car mechanic shop across the street from train tracks and turned the inside into an amazing work-live space. If anything, their work on the space serves as a great sales tool for any clients who visit their office! See pics below, and to see examples of the firm’s nice work, click here.
The exterior of the work-live space.
A view of the empty sign and train tracks across the street.
The windows with closed metal shades.
The very discreet signage and doorbell for the architecture firm.
A view of the office with the windows open, offering a glimpse of what lays inside.
The work area of the firm.
The dining room table.
The bedroom, with closets behind the bed.
The bathroom has stones on the floor, which is used for drainage, and translucent glass to allow light in while maintaining privacy.
The courtyard in the center of the residence.