Secret studio under bridge
With space at a premium these days, people have to think outside the box (or should I say the bridge) to find a place to relax, focus and escape the hustle and bustle, so what better way, than to make your own hidden studio under a bridge. Well that’s what self-taught designer Fernando Abellanas has done in the Spanish city of Valencia. In just 2 weeks the furniture designer created this ingenious small timber and metal-framed hideaway. Under the bridge he makes use of concrete beams as runners with a set wheels to allow the studio to be rolled along with a hand crank to the cabin. It is decked out with all your basic mod cons: shelves, table, chair and a of courses at night a place for your doona, pillow and lamp. This studio is simply so beautiful, minimal and he wishes to keep the location a secret, so would I. So basically you’re in the city but not in the city if that makes any sense, but who cares, it’s just Guay! (Spanish for cool). Check out more images here a video of it’s construction here. Abellanas designs furniture and lighting under the name Lebrel.
(Image: © Jose Manuel Pedrajas)