Theater Hall Design


In order to diverse the musical needs of the Italian capital, Renzo Piano penned the Parco della Musica which is also a state of the art. The music auditorium is opened in the north part of Rome known as Flaminio, near the Olympic village, in 2002. It is composed of three separate halls of 2800, 1200 and 750 in capacity. Positioned around an open-air amphitheatre, the halls look like three enormous “music boxes”, whose colours and materials recall those of the domes dotting the urban landscape of Rome. The interiors are entirely made of cherry wood, most suited to the acoustic challenges. Already affectionately known as “the beetle” amongst locals, the venue played a vital role in shaping the confidence and interest of Romans in contemporary architecture.

01 Rome’s Music Auditorium

01 Rome’s Music Auditorium

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Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA have completed the Theatre and Arts Centre De Kunstlinie project in Almere city, Netherland. With roughly 180,000 inhabitants, Almere is both a city of the arts and an artificial city. Surrounded on three sides by the waters of an artificial lake, many different functions are lined up here: workshops for painters and sculptors, rehearsal spaces, sound studios – used partly by amateurs and partly by professionals – as well as three auditoriums in which stage performances, concerts and congresses take place. One striking feature is the tight layout of the spaces, some of which are directly accessible from the outside, others via patios and very short corridors. The underlying idea of the architects was to create a building with similar spatial qualities throughout and without hierarchies – regardless whether one is concerned with auditoriums or circulation zones. Not surprisingly, therefore, there are corridors that end in a large glazed wall with a magnificent view over the water, just like one of the theatre spaces; and the auditoriums are laid out orthogonally just like the rooms where children can paint and draw. Even the main entrance is unspectacularly integrated in the bold facade grid. Only at night, does the building attract attention to itself, when the large volumes of the theatre and the restaurant are illuminated and pedestrians walking along the embankment promenade have a view of the activities going on inside – wholly in the Dutch manner.

01 Almere Theatre Modern Architecture Design

01 Almere Theatre Modern Architecture Design

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From an old cinema, Croatian architect firm 3LHD has turned it into a modern dance center in Zagreb. The Zagreb Dance Center modern building will accommodate about 40 local dancers. After the renovation, it includes a large studio and performance space, plus two smaller practice studios, dressing rooms. bathrooms, storage and offices. A new entrance hall iwas also added between two neighboring houses and includes a cafe, library and video store.

01 Exterior Paint Colors Dance Center

01 Exterior Paint Colors Dance Center

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From an old cinema, Croatian architect firm 3LHD has turned it into a modern dance center in Zagreb. The Zagreb Dance Center modern building will accommodate about 40 local dancers. After the renovation, it includes a large studio and performance space, plus two smaller practice studios, dressing rooms. bathrooms, storage and offices. A new entrance hall iwas also added between two neighboring houses and includes a cafe, library and video store.

Exterior Paint Colors Dance Center

Exterior Paint Colors Dance Center

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