Location: Cremona (CR) Italy.
Owner: Fondazione Giovanni Arvedi e Luciana Buschini.
Architecture Firm: Arkpabi.
Acoustic Consultant: Nagata Acoustic.
Coop Himmelb(l)au’s design for the Busan Cinema Center, which serves, among other things, as the site of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), represents a new combination of culture, entertainment, technology, and architecture with a public space.
Architects: Studio Andrew Todd.
Project team: Niclas Dünnebacke, Philip
Mellor-Ribet, Solveig Rottier and Nadia Raïs..
Theatre consultants (technical): Charcoalblue.
Acoustician: Byron Harrison, Charcoalblue.
Architect Wolf D. Prix, CEO of the Vienna-based studio Coop Himmelb(l)lau, House of Music for Aalborg in Denmark.
Planning took place between 2008 and 2010 with completion in 2014. The House of Music is part of a larger operation planned around cultural activities launched in 2003, which entailed a reconfiguration of this portion of urban environment overlooking the fjord.
Conception and realisation of the Jean-Claude Carriere Theatre, a 600-seat theatre and its restaurant.
Client: Conseil Général de l’Hérault. Location: Montpellier, FR.
Architect: A+ ARCHITECTURE, Philippe Bonon, Philippe Cervantes, Gilles Gal & Issis Raman.
Project manager: Tiffanie RENARD, Architect.
Marvel Architects, New York.
The project entailed filling a void: to provide a permanent home for one of the most remarkable avant-garde theatre companies in America: St. Ann’s Warehouse.