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The Stable Project Involved Turning a Run-Down Farm Into a Modern Office

 - May 26, 2016
References: studiofarris & gizmag
When it comes to office spaces, functionality has always been an extremely crucial and fundamental factor, but aesthetic charm and visual appeal have also risen to the top of office space designers' priority lists in recent years.

To this end, a Belgian firm by the name of Studio Farris Architects took it upon itself to take a run-down farm building and convert it into a highly attractive office. The project, dubbed 'Stable', is an architectural triumph in that it completely managed to reinvent the interior of the space whilst still respecting the original exterior setup of the building.

With an eye-catching design that is highly functional for office work and yet sympathetic of the original exterior architectural language, Stable is sure to be a source of inspiration for anyone looking to generate office spaces out of industrial and farming facilities.