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Caitlin Baiada

Caitlin Baiada

New York, NY, US

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Studio A Recording Studios & Bar

This adaptive use project was completed for a senior studio in the Fall of 2009.

With 3 suites, 3 recording studios, and private lounge and dining, Studio A is a microcosm of seclusion and inspiration for recording artists passing through Albany, NY. It also serves the public as a bar/lounge for groups seeking a unique nightlife experience.

 
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Status: School Project
Location: Albany, NY, US

 
 Multiple studio configurations encourages ownership and accommodates recording artists with a variety of public, semi-public, and private spaces to be inspired in. Flexibility and permeability between spaces allows for each space to be experienced in many ways.
Multiple studio configurations encourages ownership and accommodates recording artists with a variety of public, semi-public, and private spaces to be inspired in. Flexibility and permeability between spaces allows for each space to be experienced in many ways.
The industrial interior challenges the expected with a number of physical interpretations of musical rhythm, tone, melody, and harmony, while alluding to the building’s history through maintenance of its architectural integrity. The first and second floor lounge/bars bridge the gap between musical creation and appreciation.
The industrial interior challenges the expected with a number of physical interpretations of musical rhythm, tone, melody, and harmony, while alluding to the building’s history through maintenance of its architectural integrity. The first and second floor lounge/bars bridge the gap between musical creation and appreciation.
The double height studio space with engineered proportions is Studio A’s main recording studio. It is fully equipped with acoustic wood paneling, a rubber shock absorbent floor, and triple pained windows, creating a solid acoustical barrier.
The double height studio space with engineered proportions is Studio A’s main recording studio. It is fully equipped with acoustic wood paneling, a rubber shock absorbent floor, and triple pained windows, creating a solid acoustical barrier.

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