WSU Private Gallery + Studio in Bangkok

Studio ASWA, which stands for Architectural Studio of Work-Aholic, designed the building for an artist who wanted a series of galleries and studios that maintained privacy from the outside world.


Made of reinforced concrete slabs, the building features no openings on its street facing side, and only one external doorway. The architects arranged the spaces around a four-storey-high atrium topped by a large skylight, aiming to bring plenty of natural light into the two levels of double-height exhibition spaces.

The building is named the Solid Concrete Gallery as Living Artwork because the gridded black steel frame covering the rooflight creates changing patterns of shadow and light across the exposed concrete walls.





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