Home court advantages

Buckeye basketball coach and his wife enjoy plenty of perks while living in their Buggyworks loft


A mosaic tile backsplash, placed piece-by-piece in this kitchen, is a work of art in itself.

With all of the windows, the Southeast corner of this loft is the perfect spot for watching “Red, White and BOOM.”

This loft is flooded with light both natural and man made. This particular light fixture dangles over a rustic work station.



An abstract by Robert Livsey Wells done with a technique called “pointillism” hangs on a wall near the dining room table.

The space’s timbers and ceiling beams remain from The Columbus Buggy Company, a building originally constructed in 1902 to house the world’s largest manufacturer of horse drawn carriages.

CCAD graduate Adam Jax built custom bookshelves for this open living space using reclaimed lumber from Coney Island’s boardwalk.



Another abstract by Robert Livsey Wells hangs in the master bedroom in this loft on a wall that backs up to the dining room.

Two of the basketball hoops left behind by previous tenants are the perfect spot to display some unconventional artwork—a pair of sneakers titled “Toppers” made with mesh wire and Bondo by Mark Rosen.

“Sleeping in the Forest” by Argentinian artist Sol Halabi hangs in the entry of this loft.



After he built custom bookshelves for them, these homeowners invited CCAD graduate Adam Jax back to create this custom storage unit for their master bath.

A rustic work table, flooded with natural light, is the perfect spot for catching up on e-mails and paperwork.

Jim—a basketball coach for OSU's women's basketball team—boasts an uber-organized closet that shows the distinction between his game and practice apparel.



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