Transformable Spaces | Artist Conclave

The client brief was to make a multi-functional space for a young couple. They are artist by profession and run an artist conclave in their residence of 25’ x 26’ area. Their requirement was to transform their residence into a studio during office hours and a peaceful residence at night.

 

FINALY HAPPY DAY
Commercial Plan – Day
NIGHT TOP 2
Residential Plan – Night

To work it out into its best possible way a list of both commercial activity and residential activity was made:

  • A FOYER ,MEETING ROOM – LIVING ROOM

According to the client’s profession a foyer and meeting room for clients to discuss their work was mandatory. It was designed with simple color tones and fabrics so as to give a standard living area. The partition between foyer and meeting room is a sliding partition which is removed after office hours to transform it into a living room.

FOYER 2
Foyer
MEETING ROOM
Meeting Room
LIVING ROOM 2
Living Room
  • STUDIO – DINING AREA

A working studio is designed for 3 artists who have their separate easel and work area and also a common low height working area. The studio area is transformed into dining area by following arrangements like moving easel boards inside and pulling out Goliath table from the console.

STUDIO 2
Studio Area – Day
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Dining Area – Night
  • STUDIO 2 – BEDROOM

The studio area has a low height working table, seating area, storage unit for the group projects.  The working table transforms and becomes a platform for ceiling bed. The color scheme used here is mint blue, grey, white and natural teak. The studio area has been transformed into bedroom for residential purpose. The partition here is dividing bedroom and dining room while in day function it divides foyer and meeting room. The color scheme used here is light pink, grey, white and brown.

sTUDIO
Studio Area – Day
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Bedroom – Night

Design By – Ishita Agrawal

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