Artist's low-key Studio: the container combination house in the forest
The artist's request was to build a 700 square foot studio next to her house with a budget of $60 thousand, and the building would be hospitable and meaningful.
The architect installed two 9 foot x 40 foot X 8 feet containers on a 9 foot high foundation wall.
After setting up the basement, the two containers will be discharged and the bottom of the container will be cut open to form an open and high ceiling. They also keep a small cubicle on the top container for different purposes, and the upper layer includes more intimate work areas and seat areas.
The art studio is on the ground floor and can be reached down stairs. Stairs as a transitional space for ornamental works.
Spray on the surface of the container to keep the original residential and charcoal connectivity, let the studio appearance and the surrounding dense shadows of the trees to maintain consistency.