carr studio - sante fe, new mexico
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Designed for a sculpter met during a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, the studio needed to provide a serene and intimate indoor / outdoor space in which the artist could work. Located near her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the studio uses simple geometry derived from the tightly constrained site setbacks. These geometric proportional systems governed the morphology of the solid and void of the studio and site. Fundamentally a clean, well lit, space, the singular figure of the plan need to provide a refined yet flexible workspace protected from the elements. The [C] Fold form took reference from Donald Judd’s concrete boxes and provided a dominant yet prismatic and functional form.