The tiers are lightly sloping to favour stage visibility from every row. The rectangular room with front stage has dimensions that have almost an optimal 1x1x2 ratio: canonical measures for perfect acoustics. The “great glass” separating the Auditorium hall from the upper floor of the foyer plays a key role for acoustic insulation and becomes a means of communication between the inside and outside of the room, enhancing the sense of space.
The hall can be darkened via a system of motorised foldaway screens present on all the perimeter windows. The maximum capacity is 780 seats. The hall gives access to the dressing rooms, the control room and the rehearsal room.
The control room is equipped with an audio system with digital controls and overlooks the stage through a glass window.
General view of the complex
Ticket office, cloakroom, staircase.
The show would become civilisation in foyers.
Designed with the same dimensions as the stage plan.