Undulating roof of Siobhan Davies Dance Studio echoes movements of its users



The next video tour featured in collaboration with Open House London offers a look inside of the dynamic and tactile interiors of Siobhan Davies Dance Studio by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects.

The video, filmed by Ed Bishop, is one of nine that are being published on Dezeen throughout Open House London 2020 to spotlight unusual and overlooked places in the capital.

Siobhan Davies Dance Studio was completed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects in 2006 within the shell of a derelict brick school building in south London.

It is distinguished by the timber-lined vaults of its roof, which undulates over the existing brick building and was designed as a nod to the movements of dancers below.

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