Archive for the ‘Music Hall’ Category
Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
Article source: WSDG-Walters Storyk Design Group
A recently completed luxury home in BA’s upscale Cañuelas suburb, reflects the advantages of engaging a single creative entity to develop the entire unified interior design for a new family home. As co-partners in WSDG -Walters-Storyk Design Group, a leading international architectural, acoustics and system design firm, Silvia and Sergio Molho benefit from years of experience in developing high-end professional audio video production studios and home theaters. As friends of the client, they had the additional advantage of deep insights into the homeowners’ aesthetic tastes.
Casa Fontela Ext w pool, Image Courtesy © Alejandro Zold
- Acoustic Consultants: WSDG-Walters Storyk Design Group
- Project: A (Media) Full House For Casa Fontela
- Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Photography: Alejandro Zold
Thursday, May 4th, 2017
Article source: v2com
This Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC) is a musical complex consisting of two auditoriums of very different kinds and recording studios, linked by a public space called the deck, running from one side of the building to the other. It is designed on the principle that, instead of being mere consumers of entertainment, people can construct their own evening by moving from one place to the other.
Image Courtesy © André Morin
- Architects: Hérault Arnod architectes
- Project: Modern Music Centre
- Location: Évreux, France
- Photography: André Morin
- Client: Évreux municipality
- Project Manager: Camille Bérar
- Fluids: Inex
- Structure: Batiserf
- Economist: Michel Forgue
Sunday, March 19th, 2017
Article source: WSDG-Walters Storyk Design Group
Blue Table Post, an ultra-modern video/audio post-production complex with an artisan-based creative philosophy and a high technology core is already drawing stars to its brand new, top-flight suites. A long-time dream of triple Emmy-winning editor Oliver Lief, the complex was designed to support his creative talents and, those of Emmy-winning recording mixer/sound designer Rich Cutler and senior colorist/vfx artist Begonia Colomar. Situated in a handsomely renovated five story building, in Brooklyn’s burgeoning Boerum Hill neighborhood, Blue Table Post is a collaboration by architects Craig Shillito, Bob Kellner and Chris Inthurburn, and Architectural /Acoustic consultants, WSDG-Walters-Storyk Design Group. The first project in the door was Michelle Obama’s CNN “We Will Rise” documentary directed by Tony Gerber, for which Blue Table handled all of the editing, sound-mixing, color grading, graphics and vfx. They had the pleasure of collaborating on site with Meryl Streep for nine days of intensive writing and VO.
Blue Table Post 3D Dolby Atmos Mix Room (r-t-f), Image Courtesy © Tom Schaefer Crossley Acoustics
Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Article source: PERIPHERIQUES MARIN+TROTTIN ARCHITECTES
Building a cultural center in Beaumont-Hague, in Cotentin, means to integrate an architectural project that takes benefits from the landscape qualities of this piece of peninsula. On the shore, sunken roads are planted of wooded hedges that protects from the wind, and becomes vegetal vaults to filter the light over time. These landscape elements are secular forms from the site culture but also inspiring spaces that can be employed for the design.
Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia
- Architects: PERIPHERIQUES MARIN+TROTTIN ARCHITECTES
- Project: Cultural Center of La Hague
- Location: 8 rue des Tohagues 50 440 Beaumont-Hague France
- Photography: Sergio Grazia
- 3D pictures: L’Autre Image and Périphériques Architects
- Client: COMMUNAUTE DE COMMUNES DE LA HAGUE
- Project team: Charlotte Lefebvre With Anne Clerget, Emily Murphy, Alfredo Luvison, Camille Isaac-Dognin, Gabriele Motta, Anatole Jeannot, Kirsten Elliot, Thomas Dantec, Yann Peter, Alexandre Pascal, Mehrnoush Naraghi, Estelle Grange-Dubellé.
- Build team: Anne Clerget, Charlotte Lefebvre
- TCE, Economie, HQE : EGIS Centre Ouest (Caen)
- Acoustic: PEUTZ & Associés
- Scénography: LABEYRIE & Associés
- Area: 2560 m² shon (net floor area)
- Cost: 6,5 M € not including VAT
- Schedule :
- Competition: August 2010
- Studies: 2011
- Construction: Achievement Fall 2015
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: studio MODE
Live music club (1000 sq. m.), re-creation of midnight flight under a starry sky.
NIGHT FLIGHT is a live music club that spreads on 1000 sq. m. Our design was inspired by its name. We re-created the notion of a midnight walk/ flight under a starry sky. We situated the stage in the center of the space in order to achieve 360º contact with the audience. The seating is arranged in three tiers + one balcony. We created a boudoir for the VIP tier that overlooks the main hall.
Image Courtesy © Tihomir Rachev
- Architects: studio MODE
- Project: Night Flight
- Location: 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 Maria Luiza bul
- Photography: Tihomir Rachev
- Designer: Svetoslav Todorov
Friday, January 9th, 2015
Article source: Walters-Storyk Design Group
NEW YORK: “These speakers sound OK, but that’s not good enough. Something isn’t right with this room.”* In May 2014, Harman International acquired an expansive space at 527 Madison Avenue at 54th Street for its flagship experience center. Designed to showcase their full range of consumer and audiophile equipment, the street level would be devoted to Harman’s AKG®, Harman Kardon®, JBL®, and other respected brands. The lower level would feature a screening room and, behind a discrete sliding door, a private listening room outfitted with Harman’s premium Mark Levinson® amplifiers, and award-winning Revel Salon2 Speakers, a CD/SACD Disc player, and a turntable for vinyl aficionados. After six months of construction, the showroom and its listening room were ready for a trial run. But, despite the meticulous planning and design, it was clear to the true audiophiles in the room that something was amiss.
Image Courtesy © Cheryl Fleming
- Designed By: Walters-Storyk Design Group
- Project: Fine Tuning Harman Int’l’s Flagship Audiophile Listening Room
- Location: New York, U.S.A
- Photography: Cheryl Fleming
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: AZPML
Intensifying the Sensorial
The Arvo Pärt Centre will be an instrument to make the landscape sing.
The Northern Estonian Forest is full of music: the sorrow of the Southern wind, the crackling of the branches, the whispering of the leaves, the screeching of the swallows, the silence of the snow… Perhaps the remote singing of a Runic tune… The Baltic singing traditions are inevitably linked to the Estonian nature, and the Arvo Pärt Centre should become an opportunity to evidence that relation, to make it physical.
Image Courtesy © AZPML
Project: Arvo Pärt Centre
Location: Laulasmaa Villae, Estonia
Client: Arvo Pärt Foundation
Cost: 3.5M €
AZPML Team: Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Maider Llaguno, Guillermo Fernandez-Abascal, Manuel Eijo, Iñigo Arrien, Pablo de Sola, Mintra Maneepairoj
Renders: Estudio Berga & Gonzalez
Model: Atelier La Juntana
Other consultants: ARUP, HML (more…)
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
Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Article source: GEZA
BUILDING INSIDE A BUILDING
A new function (a place for music) for an old (and silent) building (a former bus depot) represents an architectural+technological challenge and a poetic content at the same time.
A new building rises inside the old one, and includes all the structural and technological solutions required. The new building does not touch the old one, which remains visible and gets more value from this addition.
Image Courtesy © Massimo Crivellari
- Architects: GEZA
- Project: CASA DELLA MUSICA
- Location: UDINE, ITALY
- Photography: Massimo Crivellari
- Client: Municipality of Cervignano del Friuli, UD
- Realization: 2010
- Area: 750 sm
- Software used: Vectorworks
Thursday, March 28th, 2013
Article source: Archvision Studio
The project presents a philharmonic in Constanţa city, Romania. From a socio-demographic point of view, the city of Constanţa is the 3rd in the country as number of inhabitants and it is considered the city with the largest ethnic and cultural mix. The site proposed for our project is situated on the Eastern border of the Tăbăcăriei Lake, at the crossroads of two important areas of development: a touristic area and a local one, this being an important criterion in choosing the emplacement.
Image Courtesy Archvision Studio
- Architects: Archvision Studio
- Project: Philharmonic
- Location: Constanţa city, Romania