A dance facility like no other in New York. This building reinterprets three elements of dance into architecture: clothe, suspend, and lift.

DANCE MACHINE is clothed by a spidery structure, forming a webbed glass box. Within, the interior is delineated by layers of suspended semi-opaque shrouds wrapping individual practice studios. The performance hall, a tessellated jewel, is lifted and held center stage, peeking through the taut screens at the corner overlooking the prominent street edge.

Architecture (Concept)
High Line, New York, NYC

Dionysus Cho
Dionysus Cho

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