Sur l'île de Fogo, au large de Terre-Neuve au Canada, l'agence norvégienne Saunders Architecture a imaginé ces six ateliers d'artistes de bois noir et blanc, accrochés aux rochers, face à la mer.

Sur les "Fogo Island Studios", Saunders Architecture précise:

"The Shorefast Foundation and the Fogo Island Arts Corporation commissioned Todd Saunders to design a series of six artists’ studios on various Fogo Island locations. The organisation is committed to preserving the Islanders’ traditions and aims at rejuvenating the island through the arts and culture. This commission had an additional and far more personal resonance to the architect. This would be a chance for not only experimenting with traditional architectural forms, methods and materials in a unique location, but also for working in Newfoundland, where Saunders grew up."

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site de Saunders Architecture.

Source: Contemporist

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