Festival Hall in Austria
This is the festival hall of the Tiroley Festspiele Erl designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Arc...
This is the festival hall of the Tiroley Festspiele Erl designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects. The festival hall’s geometry develops from the surrounding topography and places the building and the already existing festival hall in juxtaposition. This includes a theater and a cultural center. This sculptural nature surrounding architect is located at central Austrian valley. Interior design is impressively finished and the interior and exterior relationship is highly considered when constructing.
When designer explain "Architectural conditions in the building’s interior are devolved into a subtle control of the motion sequences through their sensual perception. The access staircase is integrated into the terrain’s topography and leads visitors into the building’s interior. The foyer allows a wide range of impressions of the surrounding natural environment as well as to the existing summer festival hall.
In the opposite direction, a staircase leads to the gallery on the level above where the relationship between interior and exterior relations is once again impressively experienced by the extensively glass-fronted western facade.
Secondary functions of the building are also located at the upper level.
Paths and spatial layout are designed both functionally as well as atmospherically: vast communication zones, narrowing and widening circulation areas and varying ceiling heights translate the tectonic building geometry in a sensually comprehensible way.
Coherently, the approach to the concert hall is effectively emphasised by the gentle rise of the entry level. The concert hall, which is situated at the center of the building like a shell and is anchored to the rock at the back, is connected to the foyer via two accesses on each level.
The passage from the foyer into the concert hall is accompanied by a spatial and atmospheric transformation: Dynamics, variability and asymmetry of the foyer give way to highest concentration, static peace and orthogonality." [photography by brigidia gonzalez]