The illuminating pottery studio designed by the team at Tropical Space opts for a frame that interacts with the environment thanks to its perforated brick structure. The frame is built using a series of innovative bamboo shelvings that form a grid for the brick to lay onto. The perforated design allows air and circulation to flow through the space without fully enclosing the creative studio. This is ideal for artists looking to work while engaged in the landscape that surrounds them.
The studio is known as the Terra Cotta Studio and is a personal workshop for artist Le Duc Ha that specializes in clay mediums. The open-air concept of the space allows the clay Duc Ha works with to dry and set while providing calming sounds from the environment to inspire the artist.
The space is simultaneously a workplace and a gallery for Duc Ha to present his work.
The Tropical Space Cubic Pottery Studio's is Made Using Bamboo Shelves
M — July 19, 2016 — Art & Design
References: khonggiannhietdoi & dezeen