Meyer Architecture Recording Studio Takes Cover of Mix Magazine









Meyer Architecture’s signature design for HUM Music and Sound Design’s recording studio was featured on the cover of Mix Magazine.  Meyer Architecture, which has a strong reputation for clean interiors and architectural projects that always accommodate cutting-edge technology for its entertainment clients, has been applauded by Mix editors for its innovative, yet raw design, which retains and exposes most of the building’s existing materials.  The firm’s chosen palettes include polished concrete floors, a mix of textured and smooth honed concrete block walls, exposed wood ceilings and HVAC system, and “tunable” acoustic paneled walls.

HUM’s new state of the art facility houses two recording studios, one of which can accommodate approximately fifteen musicians, an adjacent isolated vocal booth, piano booth, as well as production offices, technical support facilities, and a client lounge.