By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 14:00:48 PM.
When it comes to designing their very own work studio architects and designers not only need to make a functional workspace which provides both comfort and inspiration, but as importantly, they should imbue it with all the values which their clinic reflects.
The home was originally constructed in 1916 and comprises 300 square meters, this evocatively unites the building's rich legacy with all the architects' own distinctive sense of elegance, enthusiasm for craftsmanship and eye to detail. Rather than treating the building's age and patina as remaining elements to be effaced, the architects hailed them as signs of merit.
The hardwood floors were left unpolished, the concrete columns and beams left exposed, along with the original brickwork which occasionally peeks through the newly painted walls. These meticulously adjusted elements not just tell the construction's story but also prove that an item or space could be beautiful being imperfect.
The construction fabric evinces a rough, masculine sensibility the architects possess evocatively paired using a variety of smoother, more feminine details. One of these, polished brass cladding sumptuously envelops work stations, plants around frozen trellises provide texture, and rugs and hanging textiles evince warmth. This contrasting ambiance is harmoniously brought together by modest insertions of metal framed counter tops, recycled 1920's partitions and found items, though a choice of mid-century modernist furniture and light fixtures along with contemporary pieces further accentuate the diverse décor.
The choice of colours can also be peculiar: gold, pale green, black, coral, white, black and white, that are done and mixed so that you'll never expect. This is another component of the design philosophy of the owners. Take a look at all of these spaces below!
Source : DigsDigs
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