The Everyman Theatre, located in Liverpool in England, was recently revamped by Haworth Tompkins. The result is an energy-efficient theater that still maintains the charm that comes with the previous building that stood in its place.
The front facade is perfect for showcasing the theatricality of the place, with large posters draped down displaying various actors in a black and white color. At the back area of the building, large factory-like stacks loom up and over the structure, harking back to an industrial-era aesthetic. Inside the theater looks extremely modern, with an updated 400 person auditorium, brick siding in certain areas and a smooth, wooden floor.
The Everyman Theatre is a great example of revamped architecture, which still stays true to its roots.
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