Greville Road Studio

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Greville Road Studio

The Greville Road studio in London dates back to the late nineteenth century and was once the workplace of the sculptor Willi Soukop. its current owner is the artist Ben Pulsford who has used the studio in the last twenty years.

The restyling proposed by Syte Architects includes an additional workspace along with a reorganization of the materials and canvases used by the client. The project included the inclusion of a seven-meter floating mezzanine in the vaulted study space. Syte Architects has designed the new floor so as to keep it free from the perimeter walls and the high doors of the studios.
A new staircase has been designed to be an integral part of the large material collection unit. The steps of the ladder are developed in a series of vertical fins that could be filled in various ways for the preservation of paintings and materials.


Greville Road Studio
Greville Road Studio
Greville Road Studio
Greville Road Studio
Greville Road Studio
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