This spring, we're taking a peak at a few of our favorite designers' studios and workshops. Today, we meet illustrator-designer-maker-of-things Kate Bingaman Burt in her Portland studio, which is just upstairs from ADX, a communal workshop for crafter-thinkers.

Natalie Blackmur

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Photos by Carlie Armstrong

This spring, we're taking a peak at a few of our favorite designers' studios and workshops. Today, we meet illustrator-designer-maker-of-things Kate Bingaman Burt in her Portland studio, a sunny spot just upstairs from community workspace ADX.

Having fellow designers Clifton Burt (her husband), Nicole Lavelle and Will Bryant share the space makes the move from home to studio an easy one for Kate. She says being surrounded by her studio-mates "even trumps naps on the couch and the occasional fridge raid. Our space is kind of like a tree house or a weird fort." Can we come play?!

Check out her site, and see more photos of her space on work.place, a film project all about exploring spaces where creative work happens.

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