The space was designed for the composer by a famous architect known for her whimsical creations. She intended to make him feel comfortable and help reduce distractions. The room was tastefully furnished in natural wood, and while it lacked windows, light poured down in graceful curves from a pair of skylights. Of course, the acoustics were out of this world. It was the perfect place for him to hide away and write.
But eventually, he felt the same blocks. He wasn’t able to write a single note. The space felt less like a studio and more like a prison cello.

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