archstudio designs poly we-do institution for arts & music in beijing
 
archstudio designs poly we-do institution for arts & music in beijing archstudio designs poly we-do institution for arts & music in beijing
apr 28, 2016

archstudio designs poly we-do institution for arts & music in beijing

archstudio designs poly we-do institution for arts & music in beijing
all images courtesy of xia zhi

 

 

 

archstudio, working on commission for poly culture group’s children education brand poly we-do, has completed a 1000m2 teaching space. the location is an open, flexible environment oriented to maximize pupils’ development in music and the arts. included in the project are various classrooms for general or private lessons, a reception hall, theatre, rehearsal room, and other essential facilities. the entire design is like an ‘indoor village’ which is composed of forms in a variety of scales and textures. intimate, cozy, and filled with greenery, ‘poly we-do’ provides a rigid but relaxed environment for studying.

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expansive shelving unit

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stairwell with trees from floor below

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corridor


inner courtyard

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instruction classroom


rehearsal hall

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‘poly we-do’

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interior greenery


intersection of spaces

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classroom

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program diagram

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • beautifully detailed, but perhaps too beautifully detailed for a space intended to foster free creativity..

    don mallow says:

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