Industrial Studio in Brooklyn Showcases LEGO Artwork

Wanting a workspace where he could build his larger-than-life LEGO sculptures, Brooklyn artist Sean Kenney turned to studioMET for help. The design team then transformed a parking garage into a bright and airy studio where white walls and modern furnishings allow the art to really take the spotlight.

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October 12, 2016

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Photo By: Chaunte' Vaughn

Entrance to the Artist's Studio

Peeking inside this garage-turned-art-studio is made easier thanks to a sliding door. Set against the studio's white walls, the vintage wood adds beautiful color and texture to the space--and becomes a great display for the artist's favorite medium! 
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Lounge With Mid-Mod Furniture

Two midcentury modern chairs and a long sofa create a stylish lounge where guests can wait and meet with the artist. LEGO pieces adorn the coffee table and bookcase for a fun, firsthand look at the artist's work.  
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Open Concept Floor Plan

An overhead shot reveals exposed piping above, which gives the studio a sleek, industrial touch. With no walls to speak of, there's a natural flow from the lounge to the work area. 
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Connecting Kitchen + Lunch Table

Behind the lounge, a kitchenette and modern dining table give the team a designated spot to enjoy lunch. With repeating wood and white tones, the two spaces easily complement each other. 
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Kitchenette With Ample Storage

There's no shortage of storage space in the studio's kitchenette thanks to cabinets below and overhead. Where chrome fixtures and stainless steel appliances keep the space clean, a wood soffit invites warmth into the setting. 
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Modern Desk + Whale Installation

A smooth white table offers the perfect contrast to colorful LEGO pieces, making clean-up a painless process. Here, a smiling whale sits on top, ready for the artist's finishing touches. 
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Wide Open Workspace

Skylights and LEDs pair with white walls to keep this studio bright and airy around the clock. With wide open spaces in the center of the room, the artist's team can build up or out, however they choose. 
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Color-Coordinated Bucket Wall

Against the back wall, rows of clear storage bins keep LEGO pieces organized and available for different projects. By arranging the bins according to color, the artist ensures that the studio boasts plenty of visual interest. 
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White Walls + Black Trim

A minimalist design suits the studio, keeping the room clean and free of distraction. Black trim around the doors and windows provides a rich contrast to the surrounding walls. 
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