The Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall has been designed by Zaha Hadid Architects as the new home for the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra that boasts a distinctly organic and fluid aesthetic for concertgoers to appreciate.
Inspired by the fluid movement of sound waves, the hall is outfitted with 1,600 seats for guests and boasts a series of clean curves and organically inspired forms throughout. The building also features a 400 seat chamber music hall that offers a view of the Weiner Gardens to the rear. The grand design of the hall also features a rooftop terrace to add extra space for guests to mingle between acts or performances and further enhance the ultra-chic look of the building.
The Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall comes as a modern yet organic addition to the Yekaterinburg landscape.
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