Tanc and L’Atlas’ studio is an example of discreet and modular architecture, made with light materials, which preserves the aesthetics of the empty and white room while offering artists the possibility to create work spaces and temporary isolation. The central element of the project is concealed in the continuity of the walls: the minimal sanitary block, made of black shuttering wood, which makes the place a living space. Two high movable partitions, in painted wood, which can be moved very easily, allow the space to be divided occasionally and give the impression of a fluidity of geometric blocks. These two partitions, 1m20 wide, are hollow so that artists can slide their most imposing canvases into them. They can also be used as punctual walls for exhibitions or be placed against one of the walls of the room to preserve the central space. Several other small modules, also removable and stackable, circulate in the studio. Intended to put the material and tools of the two artists in order, they can also be used as a bar, table or workbench depending on the situation. The unit of measurement for all the furniture is the ratio of distances and proportions of the original place. Thus, all the modules are compatible with each other and with the existing space, in order to present the greatest number of possible combinations in their layout. The main lighting in the workshop comes from neon tubes. This industrial lighting generates a bright, neutral and vivid light that allows to reproduce the real color range of the works. Like the furniture, the lighting is modular and the neon light can also be countered by a set of lamps placed at different points in the room, creating more muffled atmospheres.