For the past 20 years, Kapoor has been creating enormous sculptures from his studio in a converted dairy factory in south London
Five years ago, Kapoor approached Michael Casey of London-based Caseyfierro about renovating his studio and the buildings he had purchased next door, which altogether take up an entire city block. Caseyfierro went about turning the 3,100 square metres of space into a series of six studios that vary dramatically in scale and function. Each space is designed around a specific act – forming, finishing, testing, painting, drawing, documenting & archiving – with each carrying a distinct atmosphere responding to a material or process. As one would expect, each studio space is designed to be highly flexible, having the ability to morph with Kapoor’s practice.