The Impossible Project Beijing Space


After two months of design and extensive renovations,Inkmason International has given a new life to an old decommissioned military factory building, which is located in Beijing 798 art district. The building was transformed from an abandoned 2 stories brick structure into modern, elegant, yet practical art gallery for Impossible Project–the courageous company who gives new lives to analogue photography,in particular the Polaroid cameras.

 

From the beginning it was clear that the Impossible Project Spacein Beijing should combine art gallery, product display, and retail function. The building is divided into two floors connected by anew spiral staircase, designed as a ribbon negative film that invites the visitors to go to the uppergallery. The interior has given a simple white blank canvas as the background to showcase the art works.

 

Inkmason international has successfully given an old factory building an artistic facelift while still maintaining the building’s historical integrity in the factory compound.
 

The Impossible Project Beijing Space