Ever wonder what the inside of KAWS' studio looks like? Japanese architectural firm Wonderwall, who has collaborated with the artist on numerous occasions, recently unveiled its work on KAWS' studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The spacious, well-lit work space looks more like an art gallery than a studio, an observation past visitors have noted. A collection of framed works as well as KAWS' own vibrant pieces look striking against the studio's white walls. Located on the second floor is a balcony, which overlooks the neighborhood.
We'd write on, but a picture is worth a thousand words; and there are nine. Click through to see shots of the lofty studio.
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