GSL Gallery takes over disused Parisian factory with “punk” interiors

Weathered walls and concrete floors feature in this design gallery that creative collective The Guild of Saint Luke and architecture firm Studio ECOA have set up inside a former factory in Paris.

Spread across one storey and two mezzanines, GSL Gallery provides a mixture of studio and exhibition space for the group of architects, artists and artisans that make up The Guild of Saint Luke.

GSL Gallery sits inside an old factory

The gallery occupies a disused factory in Pantin, a neighbourhood in northeastern Paris with a growing arts and culture scene.

In recent years, the building operated as a classic car garage but was purchased by art dealer and

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