Yoga StudioContemporary Home Gym, Seattle

Carefully placed openings allow light to fill the interior while preserving a sense of privacy

Photo Credit: Ben Benschneider

Inspiration for a large contemporary medium tone wood floor home yoga studio remodel in Seattle —  Houzz
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rosie39j wrote:April 28, 2013
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    SHKS Architects
    Thanks for the compliment! The skylight is by Crystal Light, raised curb with lashing, and no issues with waterproofing.
  • bravor
    Lovely space. How big is the studio? Thanks.
Matt wrote:April 21, 2016
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    SHKS Architects

    Hi Matt,

    The entire Yoga Studio is an open plan, and about 16'-6" by 53'-6". The yoga room in particular is about 32'-0" long. Thanks for your question!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: How to Separate Space in an Open Floor PlanOctober 27, 2014

Thin plane. Using thin planes to suggest subdivisions of activity in a larger space works well too. Centering the thin plane in the room allows for circulation at the edges and activity in the middle. Another option for the partition is to position it to one side, which would make the subdivided space feel more room-like.

John Hill added this to 10 Statement-Making Skylights, Big and SmallApril 22, 2013

The location of this skylight — relative to the roof's ridge and the space below — gives some balance and centrality to the space. This seems appropriate for a home gym where yoga and potentially meditation would be practiced.

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