Szczecin Philharmonic Hall by Barozzi Veiga
Located on the historical site of the old Concert Hall (Konzerthaus), the Szczecin Philharmonic Hall is a new concert hall rising at the intersection of Małopolska and Matejki streets.
Architects: Barozzi Veiga
Location: Szczecin, Poland
Photography: Simon Menges
As the winner of international competition, the design of Barcelona-based studio Barozzi Veiga is characterized by a set of white pitched roofs with vertical and geometric ice-like shapes, these characteristics identify the Philharmonic Hall with its surrounding context.
Externally, the building has a white concrete structure covered with a translucent glass facade, it is a bright, transparent, and upstanding object when the lights came on.
The building houses a symphony hall for 1,000 spectators, a hall for chamber music for 200 spectators, a multifunctional space, and a spacious hall. The interiors are simple, large skylights being their utmost defining trait.
Inspiration from architects:
The building is configured by a synthetic, but at the same time complex volume, which is resolved through a continuous promenade, which connects all these functions along a single public path through all the levels of the building.
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