The Paloma by TETRARC Concert Hall is Sci-Fi Inspired

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 1, 2013 • References: & frameweb
The Paloma by TETRARC concert hall is located in the heart of Nimes, France, The sci-fi inspired structure boasts a fragmented facade that takes inspiration from irregular geometric forms. Housing a large theatre hall, offices, dressing rooms and public meeting areas, the dynamic architecture piece is sure to become a local landmark for the French city.

While the building's exterior features an angular metal form, its interior spaces trade in industrial design details for open spaces and vibrant bursts of yellow, purple and hot pink hues.

Mixing a futuristic structural concept with subtle 60s and 70s decor details, the Paloma by TETRARC concert hall marks the perfect marriage of futuristic architectural forms and modern innovations in building technology. Stats for Futuristically Fragmented Structures Trending: Older & Mild
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