Photography Studio for Juergen Teller

A mature and confident statement of orderliness and precision, while also relaxed and playful

Credit: Johan Dehlin

6a architects for Juergen Teller

Contract value: Confidential

GIA: 505m²

The brief for this studio and office for photographer Juergen Teller was for light-filled, flexible, informal and welcoming spaces. Daylight is introduced via three courtyard gardens, designed by Dan Pearson, and a grid of exquisitely thin concrete beams that support north facing rooflights which give an extraordinary filtered light.

  • Credit: Johan Dehlin
  • Credit: Johan Dehlin
  • Credit: Johan Dehlin
  • Credit: Johan Dehlin
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Board-marked poured concrete registers the rhythm of the brick party walls. Detailing is exquisite, from the in-situ concrete of the finely formed stairs, to the seamless brass balustrades. A mature and confident statement of orderliness and precision, while also relaxed and playful.


Regional Building of the Year



Read RIBAJ PIP’s review of Juergen Teller’s Photography Studio, London, here

 
 

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