London Architects – Dance rooms
Interior – inspired by ballet
Coming from a ballet dance – the room has been designed for a bedroom of a 10 years old girl. The curved movement of the walls has influenced the fluidity and harmony of the space, inspired by a ballet dance.
Interior – inspired by ballet 2
A small sitting area has been placed on the south side of the room, where the wall changes to become the wardrobe and drops down to become a low-height wall that transforms to a ballet barre. The dancer has all the equipment to practice ballet at her room.(mirrors, wooden floor, barre)
Interior – inspired by contemporary dance 1
Contemporary dance room. The movement is dynamic and dramatic and it shapes the room in different directions. Even the lighting on the ceiling is part of the design.
Interior – inspired by contemporary dance 2
The room has been designed for an adult contemporary style dancer. The material palette is changing to accommodate the different shapes.
In the centre of the room the dancer can practice the routines while the room has been divided into 4 areas – sitting area, bedroom, walk-in wardrobe, desk/study area.
Interior – inspired by street dancing 1
Street dancing room. Powerful and vigorous design, designed for a male street dancer. The panels are moving from floor to ceiling and then shaping the wardrobe and the study area.
Close to the bed is a separate playstation area.
Interior – inspired by street dancing 2
The energy of the room is unique, created from bright surfaces. Close to the bed is the dancer’s practicing area while the city wallpaper is enhancing the idea of the street dancing.