Yesterday, I talked about the gentrifying east side of Austin. As part of the East Austin Studio Tour, I noticed old industrial structures repurposed into multiple small studios which are rented out to artists. Even more impressive is Springdale General, featured in today’s post.
Using inexpensive industrial materials in a crisp and graphic way, I knew this was designed by an architect. Springdale General is a space designed for artists and industrial designers. It features a unique look with affordable pricing.
I arrived back where I started on Sunday, just at the peak of blue hour. The leading lines always catches my eye and the yellow structure contrasted nicely against the blue.
Blue hour is fleeting in Central Texas. It was dark by the time I left my last studio visit, 30 minutes later. But this second photo gives you the scale and design of the place. I love how it looks. It’s so much more than your typical concrete tilt-wall industrial space. With big windows and a sense of style, I’m sure it’s the perfect place for creatives to get their next inspiration.
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