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Angular Kaleidoscope Interiors
The Festival Hall in Erl is Sci-Fi Inspired


By: Jana Pijak (Superstar) Jan 10, 13
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The Festival Hall in Erl is designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects. The striking angular structure channels something that can be seen in a futuristic sci-fi film. From its irregular facade to its kaleidoscopic interior, this dynamically designed space graces the hillside landscape of Muhlgraben, Austria.

Architect Sebastian Brunke and his colleagues are the creative team behind the 9,700 square meter structure that aims to inspire visitors. Housing a theater, the structure boasts a unique exterior while its interior epitomizes the meaning of open space.

The Festival Hall in Erl features an awe-inspiring theater space that features rippled wall panels that enhance sound and give the grand space impressive depth while serving as both its structural and visual focal points.



Source: archiscene.net
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