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Casa da Musica

Porto, Portugal
by Rem Koolhaas

After Porto was selected one of the 2 cultural capitals of Europe in 2001, an international competition started, for a new concert hall to be positioned in the historical centre.

The shape directly derived from ‘programmatic-piling-up’. Two shoe-box concert halls were piled first, the other..

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Finlandia Hall

Helsinki, Finland
by Alvar Aalto

Alvar Aalto was commissioned by the city of Helsinki to design a concert and congress building, the first constructed part of a great central city plan, which Aalto first presented in 1961, and which included a series of cultural buildings aligned along the Töölönlahti bay which penetrates the..

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Quarterhouse Folkstone

Folkstone, United Kingdom
by Alison Brooks

The Quarterhouse Performing Arts and Business Centre in Folkestone designed by Alison Brooks Architects, is a building completed in 2009 that aims to help to revitalise the English coastal town of Folkstone which in former times used to attract a number of well known artists. H G Wells lived..

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Tbilisi Concert Hall

Tbilisi, Georgia

The round shaped Tbilisi Concert Hall was built in 1971 with a capacity of 2000 seats.

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Tivoli Concert Hall

Copenhagen, Denmark
by 3XN

In 2004, 3XN was awarded the prestigious task of performing the renovation and extensions of the Concert Hall in Tivoli, the famous old Copenhagen amusement park.

The venerable hall has been renovated in respect of its historical surroundings; the building has been gently modernized and..

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Peoples' Friendship Palace is Uzbekistan’s largest cinema/concert hall and has seatings for 6,000 people.
The architect Yeregeny Rozanov decorated the massive structure if the Peoples' Friendship Palace in Tashkent with traditional local motifs.
The name Peoples' Friendship Palace comes from a..

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DaDong Art Center

Kaoshiung, Taiwan
by Pero Puljiz, ...

The Dadong Arts Center is located in Kaohsiung, the economic center of southern Taiwan. Before the opening of China to foreign markets, Taiwan was the leading economy of the region. Towns developed into a generic industrial city fabric without adequate public spaces. Currently, the strong brand..

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The project responds to the features that its location provides. On the one hand, it reacts to the need to create ties with the urban tissue, while, on the other hand, there is the desire to maintain the expressiveness of its natural setting. This produces a dialectic relationship between the..

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