KAWS began his career like any other graffiti writer: writing his name on the busy streets. But his commercial success has catapulted in recent times, so much so that he commissioned famed Japanese architecture firm Wonderwall to design the interior of his studio in Brooklyn. From the outside, the studio looks relatively nondescript, blending into the surrounding buildings. However, once inside, the brightly lit open space offers plenty of room for the artist to work freely. While the first floor acts as a studio space, the second floor is allocated for an office and lounge area. Lastly, the private rooftop is a perfect place to unwind after a long day. Check out detailed photos of the beautifully designed studio below.