For architecture lovers, the Narkomfin Building is a legendary place. Built in 1930 by constructivist architects Moisei Ginzburg and Ignatiy Milinis, it was seen in its early days as a symbol of a new way of life in Soviet Russia.
An open workshop type interior that has plenty of room for space of large tables and walls to display work, signs and use as an art and craft like studio for school work, teaching, personal hobby or for an actual career.
Tracey Emin's first studio was a shared classroom that cost per week. She now works in a purpose-built studio constructed inside a Victorian outer shell. "The studio is where I work. I would never work at home," she says.