Opened in January 2015, the Philharmonie de Paris was designed by Jean Nouvel, though he later distanced himself from the project. The concert hall, a 2400 seat venue, seeks to "invent a model all its own," according to the Philharmonie de Paris website. It breaks from the pack of concert halls by mathematically creating a more intimate space -- "the distance between conductor and the farthest spectator is only 32 metres (compared to 48 metres at the Salle Pleyel for a smaller audience)." The architect worked with various acoustic experts to "develop a bold system of cantilevered balconies and floating clouds, combining envelopment, intimacy and spaciousness." Here we see the project as photographed by Danica O. Kus. Read on for the full set.
Gallery: Philharmonie de Paris Photographed by Danica O. Kus
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Cite: Luca Ameri. "Gallery: Philharmonie de Paris Photographed by Danica O. Kus" 11 Dec 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/778425/gallery-philharmonie-de-paris-photographed-by-danica-o-kus> ISSN 0719-8884
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