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Studio SDS by GRAUX & BAEYENS
Alexander Zaxarov
May 14, 2020

Studio SDS is a minimalist space located in Bachte-Maria-Leene, Belgium, designed by GRAUX & BAEYENS. The project involves the Belgian artist Stief Desmet’s painting and sculpting studio.

The project involves the Belgian artist Stief Desmet’s painting and sculpting studio. On the street side you will find the family home, flanked on the left by a narrow brick garage. On the right side there is a lower studio and studio that no longer meets the expectations of the artist who creates ever larger sculptures.
The site is characterized by organically grown buildings that vary greatly in terms of materials and finish. The new atelier consists of a primarily double-height brick volume, partly embraced by lower secondary buildings.

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Alexander Zaxarov
May 14, 2020

Studio SDS is a minimalist space located in Bachte-Maria-Leene, Belgium, designed by GRAUX & BAEYENS. The project involves the Belgian artist Stief Desmet’s painting and sculpting studio.

The project involves the Belgian artist Stief Desmet’s painting and sculpting studio. On the street side you will find the family home, flanked on the left by a narrow brick garage. On the right side there is a lower studio and studio that no longer meets the expectations of the artist who creates ever larger sculptures.
The site is characterized by organically grown buildings that vary greatly in terms of materials and finish. The new atelier consists of a primarily double-height brick volume, partly embraced by lower secondary buildings.

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