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KILDEN Performing Arts Center for SA?rlandet – ALA Architects

Zaira Magliozzi 13/12/2012 Senza categoria Comments Off on KILDEN Performing Arts Center for SA?rlandet – ALA Architects

ALA Architects – http://www.ala.fi/

TECHNO-ORGANIC, ICONIC BUILDING, OVERSIZED,

WOODARCHITECTURE

 

PHOTO BY HUFTON CROW

 

PHOTO BY TUOMAS UUSHEIMO

 

PHOTO BY TUOMAS UUSHEIMO

 

PHOTO BY HUFTON CROW

 

PHOTO BY TUOMAS UUSHEIMO

 

PHOTO BY TUOMAS UUSHEIMO

 

PHOTO BY TUOMAS UUSHEIMO

 

KILDEN”, Performing Arts Center for SA?rlandet

LOCATION:

Kristiansand, Norway

STATUS:

International Architecture Competition 2005, 1st prize

Construction start 2007

Core finished October 2010

Construction work complete July 2011

Opening January 2012

COMPETITION TEAM:

ALA Architects ltd

Juho Gr nholm, Antti Nousjoki, Janne Ter svirta, Samuli Woolston

PROJECT TEAM:

ALA Architects ltd / Helsinki, Kristiansand

in collaboration with:

SMS Arkitekter AS / Kristiansand

Acoustical designer:

BSA: ARUP Acoustics / London with BS akustikk / Oslo

Theatre technical designer:

Theatre Projects Consultants / London

Building engineering:

Multiconsult AS / Oslo, Kristiansand

Mechanical Engineering:

Sweco Groner / Oslo

Electrical Engineering:

COWI / Oslo, Kristiansand

CLIENT:

Teater- og Konserthus for SA?rlandet IKS

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PROGRAM:

Approx. 27000m2

Concert hall with 1200 seats, Theatre-/Opera hall with 750 seats, multipurpose hall and small theatre hall, offices, workshops, rehearsal spaces, car park for 400 cars.

DESCRIPTION:

The Performing Arts Centre ai???KILDENai??? will house three organizations: the ai???Agder Theater , the ai???Kristiansand Philharmonic and the ai???Opera South .

The four performance halls are lined up in the mid-zone of the building leaving the production -spaces to the east and audience -spaces to the west side. Further on the west along the waterside, a huge cantilevered roof will cover both the public city-space by the sea and the foyer space which provides access to the shows.

Waterfront-facade clad with local oak follows the forms defined by the halls and creates a surface separating real world from the illusional.

 

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