Image Couertsey- Norihito Yamauchi
Mixed Use Building: Urban landmark at a crossroad overlooking a lush forest
Building Complex: Studio Tanta is a recording studio designed as a hub for cultural communication, standing on the corner of an intersection overlooking the lush forests of Yoyogi Park.
Unlike traditional recording studios, it features an open-plan lounge and restaurant surrounded by greenery and acoustic space that can be used for a variety of programs and intentions
The lounge and restaurant will enhance the recording studio building, which promotes memorable and lasting music for generations to come.
An on-site concrete frame gives the striking building a rough look between the city limits and the forest
A building that subtly changes its expression depending on the season and weather conditions An eclectic interior that stands in the quiet time flowing in the forest without being swept away by the ever-changing city.
A recording studio calls for an enclosed space, but the lounge, restaurant and patio area were arranged as an open ‘stage’ with natural light streaming in through large windows overlooking the lush forests of Yoyogi Park.
During the season when the fresh air feels gentle, opening the window of the “stage” allows for natural ventilation, creating a comfortable space that utilizes natural energy.
The scenic forest views from these ‘stages’ vary with location and elevation, creating a collection of different locations that are both comfortable and rich in spatial experience, inspiring the artist’s creativity
A recording studio is a space that produces “sound”, and just like musical instruments, the quality of “sound” is determined by spatial elements such as the material, structure, and shape of the space
The shape and specifications of the studio were created through advanced calculations, and the interior uses plenty of natural materials to achieve both high-quality soundproofing and a sense of luxury.
Conceived as a long-lived ‘acoustic’ architecture, the building was designed with otherworldly imagination and meticulous care to handle fragile musical instruments.
Concrete, natural wood and stucco finishes harmonize with the green surroundings.
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