Looks amazing. How would you get the spider’s web off the ceiling after a few months? 🙂
A smooth, curved concrete shell forms the exterior of this art studio in Boeotia, central Greece by Athens studio A31 Architecture. A31 Architecture designed the space as a combined studio and gallery for an artist, creating a place adjacent to his home where he can hang paintings and simultaneously construct large sculptures.
A wooden door is set into the double-height glass-fronted entrance, accessed by an open concrete patio area. Inside, floating steps protrude out from the side of one wall in the large downstairs workspace, leading to a mezzanine attic level that is used for storage. The concrete steps also double as exhibition space for small sculptures. Thin sections of concrete have been cut from the exterior to form windows and the blocks that were removed are now in use as benches and plinths. “The space created is open, friendly, solemn, and simple,” said architect Praxitelis Kondylis. “It forms part of the nature as if it has been standing there for…
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