The Dublin National Concert Hall is going to be a stunning sculptural addition to Ireland's capital. It's composed of three separate volumes, and each will have its own ambiance.
Designed by 3XN, the Dublin National Concert Hall has an organic feel that subtly reminds me of a skeleton (though not in a creepy way). This bone-white piece of architecture is to be one of the leading halls in the world. 3XN collaborated with leaders in acoustics (Larry Kierkegaard), stage design (Charcoal Blue) and lighting (Steven Scott) to achieve this promising status.
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