The project is a simple and spartan box, demonstrating a refined use of standard industrial building elements, such as prefabricated concrete walls, aluminium cladding and cupboard-like office spaces. A continuous north-oriented glasshouse facade brings light until deep into the ateliers, mirroring the open backside of the building. The four spaces are flanked by a communal meeting room, whose triangular form distorts the simple geometry of the building, and plays a perspective game with visitors arriving on its parking lot. The overhanging roof creates a set of protected parking lots in the back for the renters, thus freeing the public front facade of the obligatory cars, and maximising space for manoeuvres at the front gates. The distorted perimeter of the building is en exercise in box-ness, making an argument for a self-conscious utilitarian architecture.