Scavenger Studio by Olson Kundig Architects
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Scavenger Studio by Olson Kundig Architects

Scavenger Hut is a 64 sqm studio built for an artist, located on a site where south towards the abandoned art studio of her father. The interiors are arty, the owner creative used many waste locomotives to decorate room.

Architects: Les Eerkes / Olson Kundig Architects
Location: Grapeview, Washington, USA
Photography: Benjamin Benschneider

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More studio space ideas on ideasgn

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Inspiration from architect:

High design expectations and low budget realities shaped the design. It was determined that the most cost-effective approach was to build a glulam frame that is connected to the earth on six footings. Structural insulated panels are used for the floors and the roof. The glazing is an improvised system……


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