The Leitz Studio is located behind the Leitz’s residence in Seattle and serves as a photography studio and office, as well as a Pilates exercise space. Heliotrope Architects’ design brief called for a sky lit studio
Can a space be one and many at the same time? BNAA designed this flexible commercial space in San Luis, Argentina. The project is called Minimo Comun Multiple with reference to mathematics
The young ceramicist behind From Mud felt a need for the therapeutic and magical art of clay sculpting in the heart of Kuwait City; this was how the space, designed by Rawan Muqaddas, came to be
When designing the new RTL Audio Center in Berlin, Evolution Design was inspired by the energy of the music industry – an inspirational journey across the worlds of radio
Xu Lei’s Art Studio, Beijing, tailor-made construction for a renowned artist in China. With a site area of 550 sqm, the design separates different levels to serve multiple purposes
Designed by atelier BOOM-TOWN, Blackwood Studio is for an artist who paints with fire, who bought a house on Blackwood Street and builds a studio using burnt wood.
Rossetti Studios was built in 1894 and is the original home of the Chelsea Art School, which was founded at the studios in 1904. Cadogan has restored set of Grade II Listed buildings into modern studios for artists.
Award for Wagenhallen in Stuttgart, renovated by ATELIER BRÜCKNER – additions contrast to the outer brick walls and the historical load bearing structure made of steel
New center designed by EFFEKT architects with facilities for sports like parkour, skate, bouldering, basketball, trial, plus customized workshop areas for DJing and music production, an animation studio, fabrication lab and artist studios.
Wutopia Lab designed One Person’s Gallery between two buildings in a terraced courtyard at the heart of Shanghai consists of two parts: a 12 sqm gallery as an iconic space, and a cave, including a library and a co-work space.
The Utter Space Photography Studio in Beijing building is a redesigned old warehouse in the 1960s. When first arriving at the site, CUN DESIGN saw that the entire space was partitioned and structured in a particularly chaotic manner.