Readers' Studios is a regular peek into people's workspaces and studios. It's a chance to see how other creatives work. From inspiring garden sheds and cosy home offices to stunning huge warehouses and converted chapels, I love taking a look at them all.
Today, I'm looking at the shared loft studio of design agency Designliga and web firm Form & Code. Called Halle A, the space is based in Munich, Germany and was a former metalworks shop for local utilities company Stadtwerke München. When the building was being refurbished, both firms wanted to preserve its industrial character and heritage and therefore created a design theme and colour palette based on the materials and textures around the space. Despite the size of the building, it is divided into different zones and functional areas which helps to create a feeling of intimacy. They even designed the building to suit the needs of their staff, asking them specifically what they would like. The result is an attractive studio, workplace and living space for the people that work there and for their visitors.
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