Located on the internationally renowned Dovecote Studio campus founded by Benjamin Britten, this abandoned building has been given a complete makeover by the architects of Haworth Tompkins. Combining the dated structure with a refreshingly new aesthetic, the new studio builds upon the original industrial feel on the campus and almost seems to be gracefully grown from the old; it complements the existing shell with a rustic shade that matches the red bricks.

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