Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim
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Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

Housed in a 100 sqm former factory, the Studio 211 is a high-end hybrid studio in the centre of Berlin for two musicians.

Architects: Marc Benjamin Drewes, Jeong-Hoon Kim
Location: Berlin, Germany
Photographs: Hannes Bieger

Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

© Hannes Bieger

Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

© Hannes Bieger

The design consists of polygonal boxes that stretched to the existing wall, the inclination of wall and ceiling surfaces so therefore the interior functional requirements.

Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

© Hannes Bieger

Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

© Hannes Bieger

Studio 211 by Marc Benjamin Drewes + Jeong-Hoon Kim

© Hannes Bieger

Inspiration from architect:

Every single part of the composition is directly connected, but sets up the recesses and different ceiling heights as their own bodies. Inside the studio, the slanted walls and sloping ceiling for the basis for optimal acoustics provide. Geometrically obtained by the inclined walls of the two studios space for receiving a cab, which also serves as a buffer between the acoustic spaces.


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