This Brooklyn sculpture studio is a bright and inviting space for artists to have sight lines to each other, easy access to physically help each other, and easy communication due to an open floor plan.
Just a few feet from the front door, a raised travertine deck becomes a pedestal for abstract artwork. With floor-to-ceiling windows behind the piece, visitors can admire the sculpture no matter which way they're going.
Making the most of the wide hallway, beautiful black sculptures sit in a little inset in a mosaic accent wall. Gray-and-white tile floor grounds the space, while wood and frosted glass doors lead to other rooms of the house.
By pairing Colorado moss rock boulders with South African aloe plants, landscape architect Lisa Gimmy essentially created an all-natural, 3D sculpture. Lush green grass highlights the design on all sides.
Credits: Architecture: John Corry; Landscape Contractor: Steven Z. Volski + Associates