Two musicians work in this music-studio in an old factory building. The studio consists of three polygonal boxes with their own independent ceilings below the ceiling of the actual room. That way you can see the intriguing vaults of the old factory which is illuminated by indirect lighting from the top of the studios.
Because of the different ceiling heights and the setbacks of the walls, each part of the composition can be read as an independent body although they are all connected to each other. The angles of the walls and ceilings create the basis for ideal acoustics on the inside. From the outside they create a distinct space that preserves the character of the original room as much as possible. In between the angled walls of the two studios the recording room is situated.
One formal decision matches the functional needs of the studios and establishes a clear design idea.