In one of the last old stone structure buildings in Osnabrück, we realized a unique interior project together with and for Vacuo Studio. The walls in the upper part of the property are reminiscent of an old chapel, were built in the 13th century and were, amongst other things, used as a sausage smokehouse.
By the end of 2019, Vacuo Studio started their work in this time-honored property. Tattooing now takes place on two levels with a unique floorplan.
The reception room with a large, covered screen and a black stained oak counter is on the ground floor. The wardrobe is located in a converted niche and benches offer enough space for waiting customers.
The lounge, including the kitchen, and the spacious impressive studio of various tattoo artists is on the second floor. In addition to the four permanent workplaces, there are two spots for guest artists from all over the world. One large black sideboard decorates the studio. Each wall side offers enough space to work for two artists. In addition to the spacious cupboards for armrests and drawer cupboards for ink, accessories, et cetera, a flexible lamp was integrated on every sideboard. It can be perfectly adjusted while working and enables a very comfortable workplace.
The linear and minimalist design of the interior in contrast to the historical surroundings make this studio an exceptional eye-catcher.
Client: Vacuo Studio
Photography: Thomas Wiuf Schwartz
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