Studio 25, a small structure situated near an existing rural home, serves a dual purpose as a meditation space and as guest quarters. A modern interpretation of the regional dogtrot design channels cooling breezes through a central breezeway. A low sloped shed roof provides shade from the harsh summer sun, while catching valuable rainwater for reuse. The project name, Studio 25, relates to the 25-degree angle of the porch columns, as well as the recurring appearance of the number “25” in the owner’s previous four homes. Sustainable building materials were used throughout the design.