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Designscape Architects

Designscape Architects

Bath, UK

Designscape Architects - Science Production Studios

Designscape Architects

Award winning art production studio and gallery for Damien Hirst.

 



Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects

Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects  



Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects

Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects  



Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects

Formaldehyde Building, Science Studios by Designscape Architects  



Designscape has developed a 9,000sqm art production studio and gallery reusing an existing steel portal frame structure originally built for the manufacture of plastics. The brief involved a high level of design, detail and finish, including exceptionally high structural loading requirements and innovative cladding and glazing. The building is split into three bays: reception and gallery, art production and storage facilities, with each area defined externally through cladding panels of contrasting colours. The artist’s production of large-scale art work requires highly specialised accommodation, including freezer storage and a fire protected art store. The western riverside boundary has become a sculpture garden. The Formaldehyde Building was awarded Best Commercial Building in the Brick Awards 2012. In association with MRJ Rundell + Associates.