Each year, Jacob’s Pillow campus in rural Ma, USA, serves a summer season dance event with more than 2 hundred free shows and other enjoyable events. The particular cultural middle challenged Flansburgh Architects to design the 6, 500 square feet (557 sq . meter) dancing studio, capable of meet the developing needs from the artists all year long.
The new developing on the site will be inspired with the rural barns in the area, yet offers the newest in hi-tech. Its versatile design incorporates multiple program spaces and functions. It’;ll serve as a warm-up and rehearsal space, instructional space, informal performance area and a residency venue for visiting programs.
Wood and glass will be the main the different parts of the design, that your architects employed to create a farm-like aesthetic. At exactly the same time, these elements have the ability to develop a more natural and laid-back environment for the artists and their performances.
“Oversized barn doors and windows create a strong linkage to the Berkshires landscape surrounding the building, and a feeling of community for dancers and visitors alike, ” the studio said. Photos and information provided by Flansburgh Architects.