Articles tagged Theatre

Tara Theatre by Aedas. Photos Philip Vile
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Aedas Arts Team attaches a symbolic intervention to a small theatre

LONDON – A small end-terrace theatre in the south-west of London has been updated with an extension that includes a 100-seater auditorium.

The building sits back from the street to provide a public space with the potential for outside performances. Photo Cécile Septet
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Rhythm and repetition inform aesthetic and form

VANVES —Architecture firm Babin+Renaud design a performance building in time with the music.

Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
Where past and present meet effortlessly.
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De Matos Ryan’s theatre refurbishment plays on history

YORK – The York Theatre Royal has recently opened its doors again after being closed for months due to refurbishment.

The building has been realised by FABG as being in a constant process of transformation.
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FABG's concert hall combines aspects of the local forestry industry and new technologies

MONT-LAURIER – Located in the Laurentian Mountains, the Mont-Laurier Theatre is a multi-purpose venue that emphasises the importance of timber for the region.

‘I finally just resolved to stick another piece of architecture next to the first.’
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La Comédie de Béthune by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

BÉTHUNE – Manuelle Gautrand completes drama centre over twenty years in the making with an extension housing rehearsal and administrative spaces.

Väven occupies a waterfront block and another lying just to the north, creating a link between the existing street grid and the redeveloped river walk.
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Väven by Snøhetta and White Arkitekter

UMEÅ – The designers named the complex Väven after the Swedish word meaning ‘weave’, a fitting metaphor for the confluence of so many distinct programs under one roof.

The programme was split in two to create a quiet entrance plaza.
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New Theatre by Helika

PLZEŇ – A new theatre in Plzeň opens its door in anticipation of the city’s role as European capital of culture in 2015.

Scenography is no longer decoration but rather a tool for the creation of various spaces.
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Music, Dance, Adventure by Didzis Jaunzems Architecture

In contemporary dance, flexibility is key – but at the Latvian National Opera in Riga, it's not only the performers showing this essential characteristic.

Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
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Hoarding (Dis)Order by Maaike Fransen

Maaike Fransen’s presentation of her Hoarding (Dis)Order collection during Amsterdam Fashion Week was a glorious rejection of convention and trope.

Liverpool’s new Everyman Theatre rises on the same spot as its predecessor and makes respectful references to its context, while maintaining a distinct, contemporary presence.
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Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

LIVERPOOL – When Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre needed a new lease of life, Haworth Tompkins came to the rescue.

At MAST, spaces were designed to have a distinct character.
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MAST by Labics

Corporate philanthropy favours employees but also the general public. Bologna-based Coesia Group established MAST Foundation with the goal of facilitating the arts, technology and innovation but more …

The reflection pool reinforces the symmetry of the front elevation.
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National Theatre of Bahrain by AS Architecture-Studio

BAHRAIN – AS Archtiecture-Studio recently completed the National Theatre of Bahrain.