The state-of-the-art cultural center features interactive exhibition, education, and performance spaces, and incorporates and revitalizes the neighboring historic King Edward Hotel, the former home to the legendary blues club. Rising in nine interlocking towers, clad in custom-glazed terra cotta tile, Studio Bell references acoustic vessels in its subtly curved design. Two helical staircases on the north and the south flank the lobby and fill the interstitial space between the towers. With flexible seating and a movable acoustic wall, the performance hall can be closed for more intimate performances or opened fully to the lobby and circulation spaces to fill the entire building with music. Between each is a pause of space that allows the visitor to reflect and reconnect to the building and prepare for the next encounter. Sweeping views of Stampede Park and the Bow River throughout the building allow visitors to connect back to the surrounding city and landscape. The building aspires to create a sense of wonder and mystery, inspiring the visitor to explore. Nine separate towers rise five floors above the street, each resonating with music and activity. The building is alive with the life of music throughout its exhibition, recording, editing, performance and education spaces.
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Our services include design input and on-site review of the performance, durability and constructability of the envelope. We are also working with the design team to ensure the envelope systems meet energy requirements. The historic King Edward Hotel, once a famous blues venue in its own right, is also being reconstructed and incorporated into the National Music Centre. Opened on September 24, , the National Museum of African American History and Culture represents much more than a cultural and architectural landmark. It is also a representation of best practices in sustainable building design. The futuristic glass landmark designed by Frank Gehry has 11 galleries of different sizes, a seat auditorium and multilevel roof terraces for events and art installations. Yas Bay is a new waterfront destination development located on the southern part of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The theatre is designed for large-scale productions and can accommodate 1, people at full capacity. Studio Gang Architects have created an inviting, intimate, and energized new home for Writers Theatre, a nationally acclaimed drama company.
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The centre's permanent building, branded Studio Bell ,  is located at 4th Street S. E, and expanded its presentation of music programs using the collection and gallery spaces. With a design by Portland architect Brad Cloepfil , construction began on February 22, After that the location shut down in order to begin the move to the new centre. East Village. The centre organizes interactive education programming, artist incubation, exhibitions and performances daily, as well as an artist-in-residence program.
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