All of us have studied at various times in faculties of architecture but none of us could be classically defined as an architect. We are interested and work in design and communications, landscape planning and agriculture, light infrastructure for bicycles and small businesses for the new economy.
An undulating wall of local oak pierces the glass facade of the Kilden performing arts center in Kristiansand, Norway, designed by ALA. The wall allures the audience and expresses the diversity of artistic performances housed by the building as well as the power induced by their combination. Stunning.
It’s the world’s first air-inflated membrane structure concert hall, designed by british sculptor Anish Kapoor and japanese architect Arata Isozaki, to be set in different zones of japan that were devastated in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Not only concerts inside; conferences and performance will take place as part of Lucerne Festival Ark Nova program.
The membrane (now stationing in Matsushima City) can be folded up and the equipment dismantled and loaded on a truck, so they can be brought to each site. It is envisioned to seat about 500 during an orchestra performance, and is planned to have a width of 30 m, length of 36 m and maximum height of 18 m.
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