Let’s get this out of the way: Olafur Eliasson’s studio is big. Sprawling over four floors of a redbrick former brewery in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, it’s – well, here are some scale markers. “This is the canteen; they published their own cookbook,” says the Danish-Icelandic artist as we glide through the space where his team, which numbers upwards of 80, takes a communal information-sharing lunch every day. (The book is the covetable TYT [Take Your Time] Volume 5: The Kitchen,…
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