Architectural tips for designing a dance school
by pooja sanjay gundu
Hello, this is Pooja from Mumbai, India. I am currently studying in 4th year from Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Mumbai. I am a classical dancer so I chose to design an institute and research centre for Indian classical and contemporary dance in Mumbai itself. My question is how do I start with my zoning while designing also how light and ventilation may affect my dance academy? Mumbai is a center of different cultures but there are hardly one or two institutes who promote higher degrees in dance. But those are not like institutes; they are like single huge halls. So here I’m thinking of designing a huge building where Indian classical dance and contemporary dance will be taught along with accommodation facilities for the foreigners too who actually come to India to learn classical dances. How can the architecture be appealing for the dancers and art lovers?
Thank you in advance!