Thursday, November 07, 2019

Stitch Studio

Stitch Studio is a garden office for a fashion design lecturer and professor of urban design, designed by Chung Tyson and an entry in this year's AJ Small Projects Awards. It has a 15m2 footprint representing the full width of the back garden of a 1960s mid-terrace, and the exterior hand-printed Danish cement panels are inspired by stitch patterns and finished in lichen-coloured mineral paint . According to the architects, "these cloak the studio in a protective shell whilst registering changing light and weather patterns...The semi-porous material absorbs and releases the temporary pattern of rainfall, highlights the stitch pattern when wet and serves as a protective backdrop activated by dappled light and shade." The interior is lined with birch playwood and also features a clerestorey window, an eco-friendly green sedum roof, as well as a secret door...
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