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Inside studioMET’s Studio for LEGO Artist Sean Kenney

08:00 - 26 May, 2015
Inside studioMET’s Studio for LEGO Artist Sean Kenney, © Chaunté Vaughn
© Chaunté Vaughn

With a budget of less than $250,000, studioMET Architects was tasked with transforming a 4,000-square-foot parking garage with a leaky roof and no plumbing, gas or electricity, into a modern and open studio space for LEGO artist Sean Kenney.

Due to Kenney’s constantly changing scale of work, which can range from a life-sized sculpture to a celebrity portrait, the studio needed to have a flexible workspace. The result is a front area -- containing a desk, lounge and kitchenette -- that can be easily transformed into a loading dock. The workspace also includes a video/stop animation studio and woodshop as well as a storage room for sculptures. 

View photos of the studio space in Brooklyn after the break.

© Chaunté Vaughn © Chaunté Vaughn © Chaunté Vaughn © Chaunté Vaughn + 29

Helena House / StudioMET

00:00 - 31 August, 2011
Helena House / StudioMET, © Yoon You
© Yoon You

© Yoon You © Yoon You © Yoon You © Yoon You + 8

  • Architects

    StudioMET Architects
  • Location

    Houston, United States
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs