Archive for the ‘Concert hall’ Category
Friday, March 18th, 2016
Article source: Uostamiescio projektas
New concert hall erected in the autumn of 2015 at the most popular resort town of Lithuania- Palanga.
Specific location- center of the quarter, which is formed by different stylistics discordant buildings, presupposed a simple circular shape- the form that unites surrounding various periods of architecture. It’s round white facade not only gives sense of lightness to a relatively big volume of a building, but also highlights a valuable historic building- Palanga kurhauz, by forming a contrast background to it.
Image Courtesy © Leonas Garbacauskas
- Architects: Uostamiescio projektas, Algirdas Stripinis, Snieguole Stripiniene, Kristina Jurkute
- Project: Palanga concert hall
- Location: Palanga, Lithuania
- Photography: Leonas Garbacauskas
- Construction design: Arturas Preiksaitis
- Contractor: Conresta
- Volume: 31317m3 (overground), 10550m3 (underground)
- Height: 14,60m
- Area: 4891 m2
- Year built: 2015
Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
Article source: Giencke & Company Architects
Designed by Graz architect Volker Giencke, the Great Amber Concert Hall has been inaugurated on 7 November in Liepaja, Latvia. The first – and most momentous – phase of this multistage project envisioning the construction of a cultural urban district is thus completed. In 2003, Volker Giencke won the international architectural competition for a new cultural centre in this traditional seaport on the Baltic Sea. The construction work started in 2013.
GA, Image Courtesy © Indriėis Stūrmanis
- Architects: Giencke & Company Architects
- Project: “Great Amber” Concert Hall
- Location: Liepaja, Latvia
- Photography: Indriėis Stūrmanis, Giencke&Company, Aigars Prūsis, Merks Ltd
- Software used: Rhino, Autocad, Scia, Nemetschek
- General planner: Giencke & Company – Latvija PS, Riga
- Author & Architect: Volker Giencke
- Planning: Volker Giencke & Company, Graz
- Project management: Petra Friedl
- Acoustics: Müller BBM, Karlheinz Müller, Munich/Planegg (more…)
Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
Article source: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
The auditorium’s duality arises from the contradiction of its site. On the edge of town, the auditorium faces two realities: the beauty of the coastal landscape and the harsh and fragmented urban context.
Image Courtesy © Simon Menges
- Architects: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
- Project: CONCERT HALL
- Location: Paseo de las Delicias, 30880 Águilas, Spain
- Photography: Julien Lanoo, Simon Menges
- Authors: Fabrizio Barozzi , Alberto Veiga
- Project leaders: Alberto Veiga, Agnieszka Samsel
- Project team: Paulo Lopes, Tanja Oppowa, Antonio Pinto, Antonis Vourexakis, Luca Colomban, Brendan Lynch
- Structural engineers: BOMA S.L. (more…)
Sunday, June 14th, 2015
Article source: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
The Philarmonic Hall, which is to accommodate a concert hall and a chamber music hall , is a very complex building that occupies the same space as the former music building. This is a synthetic project that shares identifying traits with its surrounding context. Mass, versatility and the shape of the roof-lines are dominant, connecting the hall with the rest of the city.
Image Courtesy © Simon Menges
- Architects: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
- Project: Mieczyslaw Karlowicz Philharmonic Hall
- Location: Szczecin, Poland
- Photography: Simon Menges
Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
Article source: NOMADE Architects
NOMADE architects recently delivered the project for rehabilitation and extension of the “Hippodrome de la Baie racecourse in Yffiniac”, a few kilometers from the downtown Saint-Brieuc, in Brittany. NOMADE architects developed a unique context-sensitive yet singular design to renovate this structure, establishing a dynamic dialogue between the old and the new.
Image Courtesy © Patrick Miara
- Architects: NOMADE Architects
- Project: Hippodrome de la Baie
- Location: Yffiniac, France
- Photography: Patrick Miara
- Contract management: Saint-Brieuc Conurbation / Saint-BrieucAgglomération
- Competition: 2012
- Delivery: 2015
- Duration of the operation: 14 months
- Consultancy: Basic contract management on behalf of the public authority + diagnostic
- Net internal surface area / net useful area: 1 095 m² 912 m²
- Total cost of the building work: 3,08 M € HT
- Partners: BETEREM ingénierie
- Performance rating: LABEL BBC, RT 2012
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Article source: Studio Fuksas
Studio Fuksas has been chosen to develop the preliminary design of the “Australia Forum”, a new and expanded convention center in Canberra
On the other side of the world, a nine-member judging panel unanimously rewarded the Italian excellence selecting Rome-based architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas with Guida Moseley Brown Architects to design a new and expanded convention centre located in the heart of Canberra, at one apex of the National Triangle that connects the new complex with the Parliament House and the Ministry of Defence.
Image Courtesy © Archivio Fuksas
- Architects: Studio Fuksas
- Project: Australia Forum
- Location: Canberra, Australia
- Photography: Archivio Fuksas
- Team: Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas (Rome, Paris, Shenzhen), Guida Moseley Brown Architects (Canberra)
- CLIENT: The Land Development Agency on behalf of the ACT (Government Economic Development)
- Plenary Hall (3000 seats)
- Exhibition area (8000 sq m)
- Meeting areas
- Ballroom (1500 guests in banquet mode)
- Administration offices
- Centre for Dialogue
- AREA: 27.000 sq m
- PERIOD: Won competition: November 2014, Estimated end of Construction: 2020
Tuesday, May 20th, 2014
Article source: Benthem Crouwel Architects
The ArenA Boulevard, the heart of Amsterdam Southeast, is a key area of Amsterdam and greatly influences the appearance of the city as an international cultural, economic and tourist center. The boulevard is intended primarily for entertainment, shopping and a combination of sport, leisure, play and recreation. With easy access via train, bus and metro and surrounded by highways it is the ideal location for the Ziggo Dome, the Netherlands’ latest concert hall for 17,000 spectators.
Image Courtesy © Jannes Linders
- Architects: Benthem Crouwel Architects (Iris van Rijk)
- Project: Ziggo Dome
- Location: Amsterdam Southeast, Netherlands
- Photography: Jannes Linders
- Building type: Concert hall
- Client: Black Box Real Estate
- Project architect: Jan Benthem, Job Schoën
- Constructor: ABT, Arnhem
- Start design: 2005
- Start construction: 2009
- Completion: 2012
- Total capacity: 17.000 people
- Ground floor: 7.700 people
- Lower tier seats: 4.030 people
- Upper tier seats: 4.470 people
- Member Seats (Vip): 800 people
- Gross floor area: 49.000 m²
Friday, April 18th, 2014
Article source: Coop Himmelb(l)au
After four years of construction, the “House of Music” in Aalborg, Denmark was ceremoniously opened on March 29, 2014 by the Danish Queen Margrethe II.
This cultural centre was designed by the Viennese architectural studio Coop Himmelb(l)au as a combined school and concert hall: its open structure promotes the exchange between the audience and artists, and the students and teachers. “The idea behind the building can already be read from the outer shape. The school embraces the concert hall,” explained Wolf D. Prix, design principal and CEO of Coop Himmelb(l)au.
Image Courtesy © Coop Himmelb(l)au
- Architects: Coop Himmelb(l)au
- Project: House of Music
- Location: Aalborg, Denmark
- Photography: Rene Jeppesen, Martin Schubert, Aleksandra Pawloff, Coop Himmelb(l)au
- Client: North Jutland House of Music Foundation, Aalborg, Denmark
- Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Wolf D. Prix & Partner ZT GmbH
- Project Partner: Michael Volk
- Project Architect: Marcelo Bernardi, Pete Rose
- Design Architect: Luzie Giencke
- Design architect interior: Eva Wolf
- CAD coordinator: Ronny Böser
- Project Team: Benjamin Schmidt, Philip Wilck, Ariane Marx, Markus Baumann, Ivana Jug, Anna Wasserthal, Talya Kozminsky, Blaine Lepp, Robin Heather, Bo Stjerne Thomsen, Stephanie Neufeld, Tyler Bornstein, Elisabeth Keane
- 3D Visualization: Armin Hess/ Isochrom, Vienna Silkroad, Beijing, China Jens Mehlan, Jörg Hugo
- Local Architects: Friis & Moltke, Aalborg, Denmark
- Landscape Architect: Jeppe Aagaard Andersen, Helsingør, Denmark
- Structural Engineering: Rambøll, Aalborg, Denmark B+G Ingenieure, Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
Article source: Arata Isozaki + Andrea Maffei Architects
The project comes from the tender launched in October 2007 for the redevelopment of disused area outside the historic center of Florence, and in particular in the vicinity of the old rail-station Leopolda, and the Royal Park of the “Cascine”. This work is part of those identified by the “Committee of Ministers for the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy” for the planning of infrastructure projects aimed at the realization and completion of major works of cultural and scientific interest for the whole country.
Image Courtesy Arata Isozaki + Andrea Maffei Architects
- Architects: Arata Isozaki + Andrea Maffei Architects
- Project: Florence Music and Culture Park
- Location: Florence, Italy
- Program: new opera house and concert hall
- Client: Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Missione per le Celebrazioni dei 150 anni dell’ Unità d’Italia
- Competition: 2007
- Design team: Hidenari Arai, Takeshi Miura, Kenji Yatsu, Rawad Choubassi, Simone Utzeri, Filippo Biagi, Atsuko Suzuki, Andrea Maffei Architects / Stefano Tozzi, M+T & Partners
- Structure: Arup Italia s.r.l.: Maurizio Teora, Giammichele Melis, Ida Coppola, Francesco Uggetti, Michele Mongelli, Riccardo Abello, Amerigo Tognarelli, Enrico Manganelli, Livio Quintavalle, Mario Rossato, Valeria Migliori, Matteo Testini, Floriana Palomba.
- Mep plants: Arup Italia s.r.l.: Pietro Guarisco, Alice Quinterio, Enrico Zara, Francesco Di Salvo, Katia Bernardi, Nicola Carofano, Sebastiano Genovese, Stefano Colombo.
- Geotechnic: Arup Italia s.r.l.- Angelo Mussi, Tim Hocombe, Francesco Petrella, Silvia Ferrero
- Acoustic: Nagata Acoustics, Tokyo, Japan – Yasuhisa Toyota, Satoru Ikeda, Vie en Rose s.r.l. Firenze -Sergio Luzzi
- Fire consultant: ing. Silvestre Mistretta, Milano
- General contractor: ATI – Baldassini Tognozzi Pontello Costruzioni Generali S.p.a., Mazzanti S.p.a., Opere Pubbliche e Ambiente S.p.a.
- Cost: € 80.000.000,00
Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
Article source: Moussafir Architectes
Situated on the edge of Alençon, in the rural landscape of Lower Normandy, La Luciole – French for «firefly» – resulted from the efforts of its passionate director-«programmateur». Founded in 1994, this concert facility has carved itself a reputation, attracting renowned musicians to its tiny performance hall.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Moussafir Architectes
- Project: La Luciole
- Location: 171 route de Bretagne, 61000 Alençon, France
- Photography: Luc Boegly
- Client: Alençon City Council
- Brief: Extension: reception area, 650 seat auditorium, offices, service spaces.
Renovation: bar, rehearsal studio, dressing rooms.
- Budget: 2,653,000 €. ex tax
- Nsa: 1,274 sq. m.
- Competition: 2004
- Built: 2008
- Team: Jacques Moussafir with Francesca De Marchi, Nicolas Hugoo, Alexis Duquennoy, Guillaume Cournut, Laurent théaux and Albert Ruiz
- Partner Engineers: A&T (stage designers), Peutz (acoustic designers), Batiserf (structural engineers), Alto (mechanical engineers), René Micout (quantity surveyor).
- Contractors: Sagir (concrete structure), Renaudat (metal frameworks), Arblade (roofing & siding), Vonthron (electricity), Gondouin (waterproofing), Ates (partitions and lining), Daupley (exterior woodwork), R2C (metalwork),Polybat (paintwork), AMG Fechoz (stage machinery), Bezannier (wooden stage flooring), Ducré (HVAC and plumbing), Fabripose (interior woodwork), Qualiprofil (suspended ceilings), Assisesportive (seating), Audiotechniques (stage electrics), Azur Scénic (stage fabrics), Thyssen (elevator), Gagneux Décors (flooring).
- Materials: colourwashed raw concrete; steel structure; veined steel siding by Haironville; multilayered plasterboard lining; polycarbonate panels by Danpalon Everlite; fibracoustic panels in wood fibre and rockwool; aluminium door and window frames (exterior); exposed concrete floor with toughening finish; wooden floor on bearing joist.