Still Room in Antwerp is designed to be a “shelter for the mind”

Multidisciplinary practice Studio Corkinho has completed Still Room, a monastic space inside a 19th-century Antwerp building where individuals can escape for peaceful contemplation.

Still Room, which has been sparsely finished with a bed and a writing desk, emerged out of Studio Corkinho‘s fascination with silence and how it can be exercised to give architectural spaces a greater sense of meaning.

“Our philosophy for Still Room is to design spaces that connect people to a higher purpose, especially in an era when time, distance and our attention spans are increasingly compressed, the room’s atmosphere brings us back to our human condition,” explained the studio, which is led by Cédric Etienne and

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