KAWS Studio by Wonderwall

Japanese architectural firm Wonderwall has revealed its work for artist KAWS‘ studio in Brooklyn. Unlike the solid, brick facade that blends well into the neighborhood, the interior is a vastly open space. This bright, extensive openness illuminated with top light is a result of the artist’s request to create large paintings under natural light. The appearance is more of a gallery than an atelier, with a simple composition that reduces detail and amplifies openness.















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02 Jul 2014

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