Amongst the numerous buildings located in Greece, this art warehouse is definitely one of the most artistically elegant buildings in the country. The art warehouse is a workshop for an artist and it is located in Boeotia.
It was designed by A31 Architecture and it is actually an art warehouse made out of simple barrel vault. The art warehouse has bare walls, as well as a mezzanine and elegant glass walls cover its front.
Constituting the new workshop of a sculptor and painter, Alexandros Liapis, the art warehouse is located in a spot between olive, oleander, and cypress trees.
A part of the landscape was incorporated in this open-space sculpture gallery, hosting some of the artistâ€™s creations.
The warehouseâ€™s structure forms a shell which is comprised of fair-faced reinforced concrete which is completed in three separate phases and of course, the warehouse itself is artistically elegant.
This art warehouse is a dome that constitutes a timeless and interregional architectural coronation element which spans from antiquity to Modernism and it interacts with the artistâ€™s houseâ€™s intimate space.
Located in Boeotia, Greece, this art warehouse has 3 zones and the first is a cantilever with a balcony in the South where the warehouseâ€™s entrance is situated. The second zone is the artistâ€™s workspace and the third zone is an attic which is situated in the North and functions as a storage space.
The art warehouse has two levels and there is a straight staircase connecting the two levels. The art warehouse also has cantilevered concrete steps that can function as exhibition stands for Alexandros Liapisâ€™s work.
In addition, the art warehouse also has wall openings that relate to the Sunâ€™s trajectory, the ventilation, and the interior lighting. The art warehouse also has sliced concrete blocks which have been removed and now are used as benches.
This art warehouse really has numerous parts which, of course, help make it look artistically elegant and if you wonder just how artistically elegant the art warehouse is, you can try seeing pictures of the warehouse captured by Yiannis Hadjiaslanis.