Hear The Waves Crashing From The Small Squish Studio


Squish Studio, by Saunders Architecture, captures the vibe of the ocean right there, from the shore, being located in Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada. The rocky landscape adds even more excitement, beside the waves that seem to almost invade the little studio of only 131 square meters.

The architecture is very angular and Squish Studio is thought to be an artist’s studio, where only a kitchenette with a wood-burning stove and a toilet can be found. The interior, as well as the exterior are painted in white. And the eco note is given by the solar panels providing power and also the lighting at night.

It’s almost weekend! Dream yourself relaxing in a beautiful studio like this one. Just you and the ocean, hearing the waves crashing. Perfection! There’s no need for more. Ocean views just got on a whole new level!

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