All
Projects
Products
Events
Competitions

Studio Inkline / INKLINE Design Studio

Studio Inkline / INKLINE Design Studio

© Mujib Ojeifo Photography © Mujib Ojeifo Photography © Mujib Ojeifo Photography © Mujib Ojeifo Photography + 23

Lagos, Nigeria
  • Architects: INKLINE Design Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  232
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019
  • Photographs Photographs:  Mujib Ojeifo Photography
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Berger Paints, First Aluminum, Ikini, Nigerite Limited
  • Architect In Charge: Niyi Opebiyi
  • Design Team: INKLINE Design Studio
  • Clients: INKLINE Design Studio
  • Construction: INKLINE Design Studio
More Specs Less Specs
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography

Text description provided by the architects. INKLINE studio and workshop is an office project we embarked on to house our design studio and the workshop for our furniture/product manufacturing. The design is an example of Vernacular Architecture heavily inspired by Japanese crafts – Origami, which is easily seen in the design of the roof. Origami was used to develop the roof structure which is the main element of the structure as it canopies over the frame of the building. Several iterations later using parametric modelling in Revit to control the undulation of the roof structures after establishing nodes and folding line, we realized this. A roof structure with open façade to portray a welcoming embrace to the studio which has the entrance also used for the showroom of products and furniture.

© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
Roof plan
Roof plan
General plan
General plan
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography

We have used locally available materials for construction with the most being WOOD. We have used wood extensively for the building frame and roof structure, also using louvres for the windows. We however used cement board for the external frame to create a canvass for the upcoming murals on the walls. The Japanese methods also came in handy once again in the waterproofing of the fence (arranged in a woven pattern) and the window hoods with the weathering technique- Shou-Sugi Ban.

© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography

We have carried over the shape of the roof into the building with exposed beams and columns and roof structure elements, the ceiling is installed along the undulation of the roof. Roof beams are however covered using plywood which is then polished to create clean lines in the interior. For extra security at the entrance of the building and to create some illusion we have used shipping container doors as the entrance door. The entrance roof offsite is achieved using wood strips which are laid in tongue and groove installation method to accentuate the grooves, and weather naturally as the colour changes over time.

© Mujib Ojeifo Photography
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography

Project gallery

See all Show less

Project location

Address: Lagos, Nigeria

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
About this office
Cite: "Studio Inkline / INKLINE Design Studio" 07 Apr 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/937027/studio-inkline-inkline-design-studio/> ISSN 0719-8884
© Mujib Ojeifo Photography

尼日利亚自建工作室,折纸工艺屋顶 / INKLINE Design Studio

You've started following your first account!

Did you know?

You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.