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Studio Franz Messner by Messner Architects

Published Jul 27, 2015

Italian studio Messner Architects renovated and transformed this traditional workshop space in an alpine region in Italy.

“The large hall of the existing structure is separated by two parallel walls, which form three areas: a shared storage space in the center and two workspaces on each side. Every room has access to a second level by way of a narrow staircase. The shelves, which partly separate the rooms, are made of the old boards of the former ground floor.”

Photos: Meraner & Hauser

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