At times in life, we feel the need of having our own time. For that, something like a hidden dwelling with the needed space and peace would be the best. People make dwellings in different places where they feel comfortable.
Among all these places in the world, have you ever thought that a concrete underbelly of a bridge could come in handy for a tiny hidden room? If not here’s proof, an underbelly of a bridge would be the best idea for a hidden room. Fernando Abellanas, a designer had created his own hidden art studio under a bridge in Valencia, Spain. Scroll down to look at how wonderful this hidden art studio is.
Fernando seeks solitude in the very uncommon place where he has almost everything he loves. You can see that there’s a desk and a chair, and there’s a pillow and a comforter too. And for the decoration of his sweet little studio, he has set some pictures around. So this tiny studio seems amazing and peaceful.
The shelves where all the stuff is kept are attached to the side of the underbelly of the bridge and the lower platform is movable. Through a hand crank, he is able to move back and forth. And for all this creation it had taken him about 2 weeks. And now he might be enjoying having some solitude time with a little bit of sound from the traffic.
Fernando has shared why he chose such a place for his tiny hidden studio. According to him, it’s an invitation to give value to such small places. Also, he says that it’s a good way to be isolated and to be near your house and city at the same time.
So what do you think about this lovely hidden art studio? Leave a comment below sharing your thoughts with us.
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