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The Brinkworth architecture studio has struck again. Thirty years of design in 300 cities around the world. The firm has transformed a former gallery and studio, Club Row, into a ‘collaborative house.’ Now called Sonos, it has become a social and collaborative hub for London’s music and creative communities. The aim was to design a space where musicians could express themselves freely, offering an unprecedented listening experience. The Sonos Studio is made up of spaces where artists can perform in a friendly atmosphere, a workshop, and listening rooms. The space is unusual and ultra-designed, with interchangeable ceiling panels and rotating wall grids that meet the high acoustic requirements. The space is made up of neon, industrial-orange lamps, wood, and industrial materials are king. From Abbey Road Studios to Graceland, the venue is infused with subtle references from various legendary music industry buildings. So Rock and Roll!

Flora di Carlo