Masada College Music Rooms
This project involved a considerable amount of renovation and remodeling work. The room in question was originally a fully-equipped commercial kitchen, complete with stainless steel work tops for food preparation, freezers and fridges for food storage, and tiled walls around the stoves and ovens. All of this equipment had to be removed, along with wall tiles, and gas supply lines, meaning the space was completely stripped bare before work on the music room began.
Storage space was a major concern for the music room as a variety of instruments had to be stored there. For this reason, a large open area was conserved to facilitate larger instruments, while deep shelving provided space for smaller instruments, as well as music sheets and other documentation. Facilities for a number of computers (in fact, two separate computer stations) were included in the overall design, in order to fully meet the needs of the modern music room.