Located in Beijing, China, is a studio and gallery called Meditation Space, which was designed by architect Jun Murata to honor the surrounding beauty of the environment, and provide those who visit with a relaxing space that inspires creativity.
Meditation Space consists of a series of shipping containers, which are stacked upon one another to offer more space, and have been adapted to let in as much natural light as possible. This means that many of the shipping containers are missing walls, or have large skylights cut into them.
While Meditation Space provides adequate shelter, its open concept design allows visitors to feel like they haven't left the outdoors at all. Combined with the stark minimalism of the interior design, which favors blunt hues of white and clean lines, Meditation Space offers a beautiful environment that's free of unnecessary distractions.
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