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FAVORITE: 2D we will show the floorplan transition to the 3D model

FAVORITE: 2D we will show the floorplan transition to the 3D model

Casa de' Musica, OMA

Casa de' Musica, OMA

Casa da Música - House of the Music, Oporto #Portugal | Architects: ANC Architects, Jorge Carvalho, Teresa Novais

Casa da Música - House of the Music, Oporto #Portugal | Architects: ANC Architects, Jorge Carvalho, Teresa Novais

Architectural Plans - Concert Hall

Architectural Plans - Concert Hall

ROYAL SWEDISH OPERA HOUSE, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, The stage main curtain & proscenium arch.

ROYAL SWEDISH OPERA HOUSE, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, The stage main curtain & proscenium arch.

Parts of a stage : Proscenium Stage

Parts of a stage : Proscenium Stage

sectional view of a proscenium stage - Google Search

sectional view of a proscenium stage - Google Search

Royal Albert Hall, interior, London, England. I would love to see a performance in this beautiful hall

Royal Albert Hall, interior, London, England. I would love to see a performance in this beautiful hall

St Mark's Basilica, Venice, Italy

St Mark's Basilica, Venice, Italy

The wonderful acoustics for which the ancient Greek theatre of Epidaurus is renowned may come from exploiting complex acoustic physics.The theatre, discovered under a layer of earth on the Peloponnese peninsula in 1881 and excavated,has the classic semicircular shape of a Greek amphitheatre,with 34 rows of stone seats .Its acoustics are extraordinary: a performer standing on the open-air stage can be heard in the back rows almost 60 metres away.via@NickMalkoutzis

The wonderful acoustics for which the ancient Greek theatre of Epidaurus is renowned may come from exploiting complex acoustic physics.The theatre, discovered under a layer of earth on the Peloponnese peninsula in 1881 and excavated,has the classic semicircular shape of a Greek amphitheatre,with 34 rows of stone seats .Its acoustics are extraordinary: a performer standing on the open-air stage can be heard in the back rows almost 60 metres away.via@NickMalkoutzis