Yoga Sutra
       
     
 Gans studio  designed two schools for Yoga Sutra, one in New York City and one in Philadelphia, each with multiple practice rooms, teaching and lecture areas. In the New York school, studios border a large reception area that doubles as a lecture and reception space. The reception desk is wrapped in silk sari material. The diagonal gridded cabinet holds mats.
       
     
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YS Ashtanga Entrance Final.jpg
       
     
 The focal point of Yoga Sutra  in Philadelphia (above), was its water-jet cut steel screen serving as the divider between reception and the dressing room and studios beyond.
       
     
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 The steel wall incised with a repeated sutra is a contemporary equivalent of the traditional Indian screens used  to create subtle degrees of privacy. It's water jet cut  technology is suited to repetition - just as the  sutra gains significance through chanting.
       
     
Yoga Sutra
       
     
Yoga Sutra
 Gans studio  designed two schools for Yoga Sutra, one in New York City and one in Philadelphia, each with multiple practice rooms, teaching and lecture areas. In the New York school, studios border a large reception area that doubles as a lecture and reception space. The reception desk is wrapped in silk sari material. The diagonal gridded cabinet holds mats.
       
     

Gans studio  designed two schools for Yoga Sutra, one in New York City and one in Philadelphia, each with multiple practice rooms, teaching and lecture areas. In the New York school, studios border a large reception area that doubles as a lecture and reception space. The reception desk is wrapped in silk sari material. The diagonal gridded cabinet holds mats.

Vinyasa6.jpg
       
     
YS Ashtanga Entrance Final.jpg
       
     
 The focal point of Yoga Sutra  in Philadelphia (above), was its water-jet cut steel screen serving as the divider between reception and the dressing room and studios beyond.
       
     

The focal point of Yoga Sutra  in Philadelphia (above), was its water-jet cut steel screen serving as the divider between reception and the dressing room and studios beyond.

IMG_7361.JPG
       
     
GetImage-2.ashx.jpeg
       
     
GetImage.ashx.jpeg
       
     
 The steel wall incised with a repeated sutra is a contemporary equivalent of the traditional Indian screens used  to create subtle degrees of privacy. It's water jet cut  technology is suited to repetition - just as the  sutra gains significance through chanting.
       
     

The steel wall incised with a repeated sutra is a contemporary equivalent of the traditional Indian screens used  to create subtle degrees of privacy. It's water jet cut  technology is suited to repetition - just as the  sutra gains significance through chanting.