|Paul Andreu - The Oriental Arts Centre in Shanghai|
|Written by Camille Chami|
|Wednesday, 09 January 2008 06:05|
The Oriental Arts Centre in Shanghai is an impressive cultural project designed by French Architect Paul Andreu.
Its architecture looks like a large sculpture, shaped as an orchid that is opening up towards the sky. This lobed structure allows the spatial articulation of the different venues and their complexities while giving the project an aspect of unity.
With a total Area of 37,000m2 distributed on seven floors, the Oriental Arts Centre acts primarily as the host of three large venues; a 1,979 seats Philharmonic Orchestra Hall, a 1,054 seats lyric Theatre, as well as a 330 seats chamber Music Hall. The project also includes ancillary public facilities; an Exhibition Hall, Music Shops, restaurants and an Arts Information Centre, itself comprising an arts Library, a Multimedia center and a training Centre. Integrated to the project are the technical facilities and the private areas that are annexed to the performance halls such as the dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, offices and lounges.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 19 December 2009 10:15|
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