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Art Warehouse in Boeotia, Greece by A31 Architects


A rough, concrete vault shelters an artist from the Mediterranean sun

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The rough, board-formed vault of this free-standing concrete studio has a tough, elemental quality, sheltering the artist Alexander Liappis from the Mediterranean sun beating down on the carapace.

Within the simple structure, a small mezzanine to the rear acts as a store for canvases, while the large, full-height space to the fore allows for the production of sculptures and paintings on a grand scale. Outside, a terrace acts as a place to display completed works among the olive trees.

Int 2

Int 2