Paris-based ARRO Studio has transformed a 19th-century warehouse into the design studio for British shoe brand Clarks, adding factory-shaped volumes that house meeting rooms and offices (+ slideshow). More »
Tucked away at the bottom of a Brooklyn garden, this tiny cedar-clad pavilion was designed as a retreat for a pair of writers. More »
A London borough came under fire earlier this month for rejecting plans to transform a car park into 800 creative studios, but architect Carl Turner says his alternative proposal will offer a resource for the entire local community, not just artists. More »
Artists and designers often chose the most dramatic locations to build their workspaces. We've updated our dedicated Pinterest board with some of the most interesting and beautiful recent examples, including a studio submerged into the side of a cliff and a cabin perched above a babbling stream.
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