Designed by Tolila+Gilliland and TVK The Cultural Block consists of a cinema, a community center, concert space, dance studios, 342 residential units, shared garden and retail spaces.
Folded tiles of perforated metal create a pattern of triangular facets in this Parisian building design by Lankry Architectes. The faceted façade reminds me of the Paris Citreon building on the Champs Elysses.
L’Édifice Wilder is a significant project, designed by Ædifica, for the Quebec dance community, this building demonstrates that it is possible to create large-scale living environments that combine a distinct architectural signature with best practices in sustainable design.
Houston Ballet Center for Dance design by Gensler, Architects, the largest professional dance facility in the United States, a visual statement of the city’s longstanding commitment to philanthropy and the performing arts.
Graham Baba Architects designed the union of seven rentable studios. The Studios was established to fill a city-wide void in state-of-the-art space for rehearsals, auditions, readings, recording sessions, and performances.
A fascinating maze of discovery, fusing the inside with the outside. It is one that the architect hope will echo with London and the fusion of different cultures and communities.
OPEN Architecture’s Pingshan Performing Arts Center in Shenzhen has moved another step closer to its expected completion this year. With the building envelope now fully installed, the focus has shifted to the interior fit out.
Reed Watts Architects have completed new building housing new rehearsal studios and catering kitchen for the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in Westminster, Central London. The 480 sqm project was built in just seven months amongst the protected Royal Parks trees.
DIALOG’s design emphasizes the fact that it is first and foremost a practice facility for DJD’s professional dancers. Artistic Director Kimberly Cooper asked for an inspiring space to develop choreography and would be enjoyable to work in on a daily basis.
New $5.5 million Perles Family Studio at Jacob’s Pillow Dance, the home of the internationally acclaimed dance festival. Designed by Flansburgh Architects of Boston, MA, it is an integral part of a five-year strategic plan to relaunch as a year-round campus for programs, research, and development.
Design: Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture. Located in a former industrial building, JPDA developed a series of dramatic architectural interventions that transform the exterior and create bright, airy and playful dance studios, offices, a library, and dressing rooms for the bustling families that arrive each day.
Design: Hackett Hall McKnight, architects
International architecture competition win: two performance spaces of 350 and 120 seats, and 1000sqm of art galleries spread over three distinct spaces and dance studios.
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