This is the story of a man named Fernando Abellanas, a Spanish plumber turned furniture and lighting designer, who built a secret studio under a bridge in Spain. Wow. Location remains undisclosed. Enjoy!
Spanish Plumber Builds a Secret Studio Under a Bridge
Read the full article/interview with him on Dezeen and watch the video below to see how the studio works!
Video: Secret studio by Fernando Abellanas under a Bridge!
Head over to Dezeen for the full story with more information and photos!
Photos and video by Jose Manuel Pedrajas via Dezeen
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Why? Doesn’t really show how he gets up and down…
It kinda does if you watch the video carefully…
He climbs some stairs until he reaches the platform and then uses a hand crank to slide it over to the other side…
He basically took an under bridge inspection platform and turned it into something he could use…
Okay it’s eccentric, and if he flees at dawn urine where is he going? And necessary sunlight? Content he…
It’s not about the what if .or sunlight or anything! He is simply brilliant and has come up with a brilliant idea which can be built on in the near future for whatever he THINKS up!
I know 1 thing…..he has much more gray matter than I do…….darn it 😉
I think it’s genius. This guy oozes ingenuity, however off the wall his idea may seem. I used to build forts as a kid and this reminds me of how it felt when myself and friends were flexing our creative muscles back then. I don’t get to feel that so much any more… so a big “kudos” to Fernando!
He is a cleaver bean for sure. The mother in me is concerned for the safety of the space, and is it legal? I could see this idea popping up/under bridges all over.