Japanese architectural firm Wonderwall has revealed its work for artist KAWS‘ studio in Brooklyn. Transforming the interior of the red brick building, Wonderwall created a light-filled work space that looks more like a gallery than a studio. Gracing many of the walls is a selection of art, many by the artist himself, as well as more prosaic things like art supplies. On the second level, the office spaces open up to a large balcony with a view over the surrounding neighborhood. Check out the space here and see more at Wonderwall.
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