Rhodus Gallery was Renovated From an Old Lighting Factory

By: Francis Tiangson - Published: Jan 4, 2011   Updated: Jun 1 2011 • References: rodhus and behance.net
The Rhodus Gallery is a dream space for any aspiring artist. Converted from an old lighting factory, it is now a beautiful contemporary building. There is now spaces allocated for artist studios, a gallery showroom, design library, and office space.

The photos of the gallery, taken by Jim Stephenson, display the amazing renovation -- it's stunning even without any art in it.

Implications - The current popularity of retro products has consumers hoping to place these vintage themes in their homes and workplaces. Many architects are giving new life to old buildings to join the old-school movement. It's more cost-efficient than building from the ground up and it provides the charm of old aesthetics that's been modernized for everyone to enjoy.