KYOTO

The Kyoto gallery pays homage to spatial concepts from East Asia, drawing upon minimalism and warm lighting to create a gentle ambiance. The gallery appears to float in soft light, while the architecture retreats into the background. Kyoto is characterized by two discreet vertical windows, artificial skylights, and a T-shaped structure that separates the space. Its intimate proportions are best suited for delicately small to mid-sized artworks and photography.  
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BREGENZ

Concrete walls, high ceilings, and a strictly undivided rectangular space produce a great deal of light, thanks to the amazing window arrangement. The Bregenz gallery is an ideal space for intense, mid-to-large scale artwork and photography. It conveys the perception of a top-notch art museum with a radical, yet minimalistic design, demanding strong presence of the artwork. The gallery is inspired by the Kunsthaus Bregenz in Austria, designed by the acclaimed Swiss architect Peter Zumthor.  
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CHELSEA

Some of the world's finest museums are housed in spaces that were not originally intended to house art, but that have been repurposed. Our Chelsea gallery is such a space. We designed it as a former warehouse, named after the New York gallery district. Chelsea is characterized by rough concrete floors and exposed beam ceilings. It combines fluorescent tubes and rectangular spots, which yields even lighting. This is well-suited for any kind of contemporary artwork, from mid-size to large scale.  
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CHICAGO

Light is an essential construction material in the architecture of galleries and museums. Our Chicago gallery uses a combination of natural lighting and artificial sources. A small, yet dramatic window casts a glare on the wooden floor. The gallery has intimate proportions and is best suited for small to mid-scale artworks and photography exhibits. The partitioning of rooms and walls creates a range of positioning options, inviting the establishment of an exciting and independent artistic display.  
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WINTERTHUR

The Winterthur gallery evokes a classical museum space. The partitioning of rooms is strictly rectangular. Decorative batten on the doors, walls and floors, along with an impressive skylight, characterize this gallery. Winterthur pays homage to the small Swiss city it's named after, which assembles one of the highest numbers of museums per inhabitant worldwide. This gallery tastefully accommodates any kind of classical, modern or contemporary artwork.  
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BUDAPEST

A below par-terre space consisting of an office-like room with bright ceiling lamps and outside view.  
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ARLES

A huge interior space for your more robust works.  
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