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Spring In Alaska Studio
The design of the studio interior was approached as if it were an urban landscape – internal walls were removed creating a singular tiered floorplan reminiscent of an outdoor void locked between two buildings. With only one window at the building entrance we overcame the inherent darkness by emulating natural light sources. A false skylight was installed central to the floorplan and the rear wall back-lit in order to illuminate the glass-encasedmeeting room and mirror the entrance window.
An overall reductionist language informs the design. Rather than committing resources to decorative elements for their own sake we designed the functional insertions with an inherent sculptural impact. Note the exposed cabling designed in a sculptural curve mapping the space and the light boxes located on the back wall and ceiling dually provide light and a clear theatrical element.
Sydney Floor area 70m2
Spatial planning, custom joinery, furniture specification and custom designed furniture, lighting, finishes, kitchen detail – equipment and material specification