Studio Sisu is also the workplace of the practice and its first completed project. The warehouse shell has been transformed into a bright and inspiring creative space.
Providing different zones of use throughout offers the flexibility required for both collaborative work and individual creative exploration whilst retaining the original building’s sense of scale.
The ground floor is dedicated to a painting studio and a flexible, shared space allowing for large-scale projects or workshops not usually catered for in an office environment. The upper level office houses six desks, library, meeting areas and kitchen.
At Studio Sisu we hope to address the physical limitations and isolation of an industry fractured by small studio business models. It brings together complimentary businesses to create opportunities for discussion and interaction, encouraging creative collaboration of ideas and skills.
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Photo: Sean Fennessy and Mairead Murphy
Via EST Magazine - Maiko Design Studio - Studio Sisu
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