An examination of why the marley floor inside a dance studio is important, and why choosing the right marley floor is just as important.
When Ashley Ballet Arts Academy decided to move into new, larger dance studios, they turned to Rosco for a flooring solution that would grow with them – both now and in the future.
A university in Bogotá purchased Rosco’s SubFloor sprung floor system so that they could easily install and remove their dance floor from a multi-purpose classroom.
A simple breakdown of the Rosco Dance Floor we recommend for your studio based on the style of dance being performed.
Director of Can Dance Academy, Lori Hall explains why she only uses Rosco Adagio Floor in her studios.
Wooden Kiwi Productions, a Rosco Floor Dealer in Massachusetts, recently installed a Rosco SubFloor in preparation for performances of Yvonne Rainer: The Concept of Dust, or How do you look when there’s nothing left to move? at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Photos of the installation courtesy of Wooden Kiwi Productions…