A Light-Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio

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Mairead Murphy of Melbourne Australia-based mostly Mäike Design Studio just lately accomplished Studio Sisu, a shared workspace in Northcote.

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A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

Once an previous warehouse, the now transformed studio boasts a variety of pure mild and retains the quantity and wealthy texture of the unique 1940’s purple brick constructing. The area supplies a variety of shared and particular person work areas that encourage artistic collaboration and help for each people and small companies.

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A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

The first flooring of the constructing homes a portray studio and a shared area to accommodate giant-scale tasks, artistic workshops and even film nights.

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

Um, yeah and it has a swing. So… there’s that…

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

The higher degree workplace offers workstations, a variety of totally different assembly and shared work areas, a kitchen and a library.

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

A Light Filled Shared Workspace by Mäike Design Studio in main interior design architecture  Category

I’m fairly positive that if I lived close to Melbourne, I’d need to work right here, wouldn’t you?

Photos by Sean Fennessy and Mairead Murphy.

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