This case is located in a children's education institution in Beijing, which aims to tap and cultivate children's talent and potential in music and improve comprehensive artistic accomplishment. Designers break through solidified structural constraints through space design to achieve an open, free and flexible modern teaching environment, and let children have a sense of intimacy with space. Next follow the Zhengzhou Children's Education Institute decoration company Hongyu Tang to see it.
The project is distributed between the seven columns on the first floor of the mall, and the basic structure of the space is the frame shear wall, with a total area of about 1000 square meters and a basement of about 300 square meters. As far as possible to remove all block walls, open the original closed room, with a corridor to connect the classroom and public space, all teaching space to the mall atrium level, including music classroom, private room, reception hall, theater and rehearsal hall.
The atrium partially removes the floor, and the bamboo courtyard extends to the underground dance classroom, yoga classroom and office space. Bamboo courtyard constitutes the focal point of the entrance hall and is the node of the upper and lower traffic conversion. Using the gap of the wall between the classrooms to produce the landscape area, forming the indoor "outdoor" space. And the combination of plants and bookshelves makes children's reading and rest easy and natural.
The music classroom should meet the acoustic requirements of sound insulation and sound absorption simultaneously. The wall of the music classroom is soundproof with three layers of insulating glass, and the ceiling with wood grain transfer printing aluminum grille and aluminum plate, in addition to sound insulation treatment, the shape of the slope roof and the undulating surface of the grille also play a role in mixing. Due to the limited space height, the small theater does not have a ceiling, only in the human scale of the use of wood sound-absorbing board, in the visual space to make high, and achieve good acoustic results.