This painting studio is located behind a tall conifer screen, in the divide between a domestic lawn and an apple orchard at the bottom of a Cambridge garden
The client looked at prefabricated studio buildings, and wanted Mole Architects to produce a building for the same cost – but with soul.
The timber frame building sits on a steel ring beam, avoiding the need for costly foundations, and is lined with painted plywood to floors and walls. It is clad externally with Onduline bitumen-impregnated fibre sheeting and recycled plastic sheet cladding. Glazing is framed flush in the wall and roof. Doors at either end open for ventilation.
Project: Arévalo Studio, Cambridge
Architect: Mole Architects
The pictures of the Arévalo Studio are presented as a Flickr slideshow. You can click on an image to see the next in the series or select pictures directly using the thumbnail images below.The copyright of each image rests with the photographer.