Dance Studio

Lucy Rong, B.Arch ’24

ARCH 102b: Architectural Design I

Gallery: Architectural Primitives: Geometric and Mythological

Instructor: Erin Cuevas

My project provides a place for a company of young ballet dancers (confirm) to practice, train, and interact with her audience. I first developed my design thinking about these spaces distinctly: the performance area, changing space and stretching space. Incorporating these designs into my site in Venice, I felt strongly about integrating my structures into the site itself, allowing the whole site to become one pavilion. This project is different from the typical dance studio as it is open to nature.It makes the studio to be less formal and more dynamic. With the help of the performance area.
he dance studio also becomes a place for the public to gather and socialize.


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