Studio Four23’s Self-Designed Office Inside Former Metal Workshop is Inspired by a Toolbox
By Magaly • Mar 13, 2017
This studio of exposed brick walls and pipelines, which give it an industrial air, was designed by Studio Four23 to serve as its own headquarters in Clerkenwell, London, England.
Its long windows keep the same industrial style across the spaces and fill it with abundant natural light. Although, when natural light is not sufficient, a lighting system has been set in place in the studio to cover each work area. Additionally, table lamps have been set up to provide extra lighting on an individual basis when it is needed.
The use of wood – a common material in most of the studio space, whether it’s being used on tables, walls, or shelves – accentuates the style that, from the beginning, was sought after when creating the space.
Desks and chairs have been brought together to subdivide the large space and thus create several work stations in one same area.
The studio also has a small waiting room, decorated with modern chairs in gray fabric and a round table, all sitting on top of a rough circular rug of crude rope. There is also a kitchen area where thick wooden shelves hold tableware and glassware.
Natural plants were strategically placed throughout in order to add a dash of color and life to the entire space.
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