// arthitectural / Music Hall

COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
House of Music


© Martin Schubert   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 […]


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Andrea Maffei Architects
Florence Music and Culture Park


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 […]


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Aétrangère
Kaohsiung Vortex


Evolving in a global economy, Taiwanese Pop will take a strong place in Asian scene thanks to a visionary national strategy, where many majors’ performing and productive pop infrastructures are being planned and constructed in Taiwan’s capitals cities. That phenomenon will foster Taiwanese Pop music as an international attraction, and it also could have the […]


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C. F. Møller Architects
Odense Music and Theatre Hall


The vision of the new music and theatre hall is to create a cultural power centre with four stages and the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music under one roof. The great hall accommodates approximately 1800 spectators, while the small hall accommodates approximately 300 spectators. There is also a chamber music hall and a rhythmic hall. […]


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Zaha Hadid Architects
JS Bach / Zaha Hadid Architects Chamber Music Hall


Zaha Hadid Architects have created a unique chamber music hall specially designed to house solo performances of the exquisite music of Johann Sebastian Bach. A voluminous ribbon swirls within the room, carving out a spatial and visual response to the intricate relationships of Bach’s harmonies. As the ribbon careens above the performer, cascades into the […]


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