Japanese architecture firm Wonderwall has a list of high-caliber clients as long as your arm. Fitting out stores and spaces for the likes of colette, BAPE, Uniqlo and OriginalFake, they also designed KAWS‘ spacious Brooklyn studio – the place where he creates all of his iconic artwork. Inside a fairly non-descipt brick exterior, the studio opens up into an airy atrium, with specialist enclaves branching off. Mixing glass and steel, the studio almost has a gallery feel to it, with recent work by KAWS on display throughout.
Take a look at Wonderwall‘s tour of the studio above.