Pálás Cinema Galway building, western Ireland, design by dePaor: cast in situ, it is a series of transfer slabs on discontinuous walls making a building of staircases, extruding the plot boundaries upwards.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government announced the release of a design sketch, by Mass Studies, of the Seoul Cinematheque (tentative name), a visual art cultural complex to be built in Chungmuro, which is the center of the domestic film industry.
Designed by 4N Architects, Palace Cinema is located in a long-developed commercial and residential neighborhood of Puxi Shanghai, the site is only 20 minutes away from Hongqiao airport or popular traveler-spot the Bund.
Architects: One Plus Partnership Limited
A meteor is an astronomical observation where a bright trail of light appears in the night sky when a meteoroid enters the Earth’s atmosphere. This beautiful scene only appears in the sky for a very brief moment, and then vanishes without leaving any trace behind.
The Alésia multi-screen cinema is on the edge of a large urban space. The building now comprises eight screens and occupies a fairly deep site, with a second facade on the side street, Rue d’Alésia.
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Building extension based on idea of art hovering above a transparent base. The new space houses a children’s workshop at ground level with floor-to-ceiling windows, located under a cantilevered hall covered in a dynamic metal façade.
The existing building is a, now derelict, architectural gem in Moscow. The new addition and its architectural elements attempt to recognize Pushkinsky cinema’s great history while also paving its path towards its future in the city of Moscow.
Design: Powerhouse Company, architects
This building design injects glamour back into going to the movies. The new 1000-seat cinema in the renewed Sphinxkwartier district, is designed as a cultural hub for film, streamed opera, lectures and events.
Design: Vazio S/A architects
Considered for a time Brazil’s largest cinema, Cine Theatro Brasil was built in 1932 at an important intersection in downtown Belo Horizonte. Structural Archeology sought to activate this now unused space, coating the roof framework with a translucent screen, and turning the bleak void into an active venue.
New BFI International Centre for Film, TV and the Moving Image gains offer of support of up to £87m towards the £130m total project cost. The new building should open in 2022.
Luxurious Brisbane cinema building: $3.5m refurbishment based around an existing pre-1900 Queensland cottage which has been raised and re-purposed.
Design: José Neves, Architect
Cinema Ideal was the first cinema in Portugal. Located in the heart of Lisbon, between Loreto and Horta Seca streets, it occupies the ground floor of two buildings built in two different epochs – 19th and 20th centuries.
Design: Association Zachraňme kino Varšava
The construction of the Kinokavárna in the former Varšava cinema in Liberec, Czech Republic, is a result of a local civic project, whose aim is to reconstruct the building of one the last standing stone cinemas in Liberec, Cinema Varšava.