Interior design and woodwork for Dépendance art gallery in Brussels.
The working space is hidden behind a play of doors. When open, they offer alternative focal points into the office and kitchen. However, when closed, there is little sign of their existence.
The fully equipped kitchen and storages are also hidden behind a wall of slicing doors so that when it is not in use, it does not have any interaction with the exhibition space.
Both a passage and a working area, the discordant angles are made sharper by top lighting.