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The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center / Weiss/Manfredi

  • 09:00 - 2 June, 2016
The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center / Weiss/Manfredi
The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center  / Weiss/Manfredi, Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto

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  • Client

    Client Greenhill School
  • Team

    Michael A. Manfredi, FAIA and Marion Weiss, FAIA, Design Partners, Armando Petruccelli, RA, Project Manager, Justin Kwok, Andrew Ruggles, RA; Paúl Duston-Muñoz, Project Architects
  • Project Team

    Annelie Persson Call, AIA; Will Butler, and Joe Cruz
  • Associate Architect

    Page Milton Powell, AIA, Team Leader; Richard C. Robinson, AIA, FCS
  • MEP/FP

    Page
  • Structural Engineer

    Magnusson Klemencic Associates Theatre Planning Consultant: Fisher Dachs Associates Acoustical / Audio-Visual Consultant: Jaffe Holden
  • Lighting Designer

    Tillotson Design Associates
  • Civil Engineer / Landscape

    Pacheco Koch
  • Code Consultant

    Code Consultants, Inc.
  • Food Service Consultant

    James N. Davella Consulting
  • Telecommunications Consultant

    Datacom Design Group
  • Contractor

    Andres Construction Services
  • More Specs Less Specs
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Site Plan
Site Plan

Text description provided by the architects. The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center is the focus of the performing arts at the Greenhill School. The design establishes a dialogue between building and campus: the building’s configuration creates a sequence of spaces that shape an outdoor courtyard and frame views out to the existing campus. The courtyard is animated by a double-height lobby. Designed to be an ascending gallery of collaborative spaces, the lobby connects all the performance venues and creates a destination for informal performances and spontaneous interactions.

Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto

The performance spaces occupy two levels of the building and include a 600-seat proscenium theater, a state-of-the-art studio theater, a dance rehearsal and choral space, a film/video lab, and extensive theater support space. The multi-purpose proscenium theater includes a fly loft, the studio theater seats 150, the dance and choral rehearsal studio seats 80, and the film and video production lab extends the performing arts into new digital territories. Learning environments include theater spaces as well as in classrooms, dressing rooms, a costume shop, and a scene shop.

Diagram
Diagram
Section
Section

The dramatic profile of the building emerges from the topography of the site and continuously ascends to reach the fly tower for the theater. The exterior brick collaborates chromatically with the materials of the campus. Illuminated soffits and overhangs provide shade and support outdoor teaching. Together these elements shape and give measure to the Performing Arts Center’s commitment to advance teaching, performance, and production across the boundaries of individual performing arts disciplines.

Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto

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Cite: "The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center / Weiss/Manfredi" 02 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/788399/the-marshall-family-performing-arts-center-weiss-manfredi/> ISSN 0719-8884
Courtesy of Albert Večerka/Esto

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