Faraday Street Studio

Set in the loft of a 1940's warehouse, the Faraday Street Studio is an open workspace that embraces its industrial setting. The building's original character was left intact with poured concrete floors, rough sawn wood sheathing, exposed brick, and the existing timber framing defining the gabled roofline. Designed by Fearon Hay Architects, who are also the occupants, the space was left free of partitions and instead filled with open workstations and a communal idea board, encouraging interaction between both clients and coworkers.

Photos: Michelle Weir / Fearon Hay Architects

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