Berlin, Moabit district. An area of two courtyards buildings was then being redeveloped in a scheme for regeneration into artists' workrooms, apartments and co-working spaces with studios attached.
Referencing to one of these small studios, it was asked to design a new exciting space configuration able to transform such place into a short-stay accommodation suitable for a young creative professional.
The submitted solution should have been spacious, minimal, multifunctional, practical and take into consideration the issue of the existing piping attachment.
This gave birth to three proposals for three possible clients, each one with a different creative personality.
The three options - the first one being cosy, the second one minimal and the third one a colours blast, - gravitate around the concept of an art gallery. The frames hanging on the wall, however, do not "exhibit" paintings anymore (or not only), but highlight the presence of various furniture pieces.
Below, illustrations of the second proposal - studio reduced for a designer.