There are no rules regarding what an artist loft should look and feel like, and the writer of this article certainly does not claim to know how an artist feels about workspace, but it just stands to reason that inspiring art calls for an inspiring workplace.
So, are you an artist? If so, and you are looking for the perfect artist loft from which to work, good luck!
Let’s face it, most real estate developers do not construct and develop inspiring and funky spaces. Architects do not study their craft from textbooks which teach funk and inspiration in buildings. So if you are an artist, and if you are looking for a truly inspiring artist loft, you have a tough road ahead of you. You are left with a search of traditional commercial property for lease, drab warehouses, drab office space, or garages better suited for the repair of a ’69 Harley.
You know we speak the truth!
But, what if we told you there is a place where inspiration and funkiness are valued, and what if we told you that if it can happen in one place it can happen anywhere? Would you be interested?
The place we speak of is called Box Office Warehouse Suites, and it is located in Fort Worth, Texas.
And it is made entirely from shipping containers!
And if it can happen in Fort Worth it can happen where you live!
Box Office Warehouse Suites is a collection of thirty-eight business suites for rent made from one-hundred retrofitted and redesigned shipping containers. They are multi-use suites. They can be small warehouses. They can be small retail space, workspace, makerspaces, or small garages, and yes, they can also be small artist lofts.
And that truly is the beauty of commercial space made from shipping containers. They can be anything you want them to be, and they are perfectly designed and sized for small businesses or aspiring artists. They are inexpensive, they are inspiring, there is no doubt they are funky, and they are perfect for the minimalists out there who believe that great things happen in small spaces.
A standard-sized shipping container is 320 square feet of space. Need more space? Just add on another container. They were originally built with the express purpose of adding on, stacking one on top of another, so retrofitting them to meet your individual needs is a pretty simple process.
They are, quite frankly, the perfect solution for any small business or individual looking for a small, inexpensive, flexible, and eco-friendly workspace.
Check out Box Office Warehouse Suites. Check out the bright colors, the wide variety of businesses currently leasing there, and the inspiring atmosphere. Look at the containers decorated with graffiti art, the electric car charging stations, and the upstairs patios with grass. Look at the modern amenities and updated security. Better yet, talk to some current leasing companies and ask them what they think of this shipping container revolution.
Then ask yourself one question: if it can happen in Fort Worth, Texas, why can’t it happen where you currently do your work?