The Calgary National Music Centre Features a Connecting Sky Bridge

 - May 5, 2016
References: alliedworks & dezeen
The Calgary National Music Centre of Canada is a large scale project undertaken by architectural firm Allied Works Architecture that is comprised of several building towers joined together using sky bridges. The space is designed to be a new cultural landmark in the city, offering guests uninterrupted views of famed locations throughout the city while simultaneously acting as a hub for creatives to come together and work on their art.

The centre is one of Allied Works largest projects to-date, encompassing five different storeys with a hall that seats 300 guests, recording studios, class rooms, gallery space and even in-house studios for artists to use. The exterior includes modern curved glass panelling complete with sky bridges that connect the different areas of the building together for continual design flow.