Commercial Artist Studio
FrameWork Studios
Community Artists' Studio
Project completed during my semester abroad in London that focused on the repurposing of an abandoned railway arch in the city. My design centers on nurturing the evolving talents of designers and artists in the area of Southwark and the South Bank. The area is very artistic and there are many venues catering to this demographic. By creating a studio and gallery space to practice and showcase art and design, I feel the area can thrive creatively and connect as a community.

The Southbank District has undergone an enormous regeneration recently and has become increasingly fashionable and vibrant.  Southbank is an eclectic area that is the cultural heart of the city and home to London’s most iconic attractions, theaters, arts, and design-led venues. The area is buzzing with things to see and do all year round; free events, music, film, exhibitions, dance, theater, and more.  This artistic area fits perfectly for a venue that caters to the neighborhood’s up and coming artists and designers.
Exterior of space.  Custom-designed logo and graphics
First floor plan.  Gallery space in front entrance with reception area.  Offices and restrooms in back with storage room as well.
Second floor plan.  Private studio cubes for artists and designers is located at the front of the top floor.  There are then public work spaces and breakout areas for more collaborative work.
Front reception
First floor gallery space
Studio Cubes
Break out space and work tables
Commercial Artist Studio
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Gallery and studio space designed in a repurposed abandoned railway arch. Located in London, England during a semester studying abroad.
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