Two musicians work in this music-studio in an old factory building, which is a center for the creative scene of Berlin. The studio consists of three multiangular boxes with independent ceilings connected to the existing structure. That way you can see the intriguing vaulted ceiling of the old factory which is illuminated by indirect lighting from the top of the two studios.
Because of the different ceiling heights and the setbacks of the walls, each part of the composition is connected to each other and can be read as an independent body at the same time. The angles of the walls and ceilings create an ideal acoustic on the inside of the studios. From the outside they create an individual space that opens up as much as possible to the structure and character of the original room. In between the two studios the angels create the space for the recording room.
With one formal decision we match the functional needs of the studios and establish our design idea.
The project was a collaboration with Jeong-Hoon Kim.