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Step Inside Myrtle Hall and Jerome Robbins Theater With Redsquare Productions

Step Inside Myrtle Hall and Jerome Robbins Theater With Redsquare Productions

Redsquare productions in collaboration with Think! Architecture has just produced new videos on two of the firms projects: the Jerome Robbins Theater and Pratt Institute’s Myrtle Hall. Both videos explore their respective project’s design strategies in addition to featured interviews with the architects. 

Created with “regional, recycled, and low volatile organic compound-emitting materials, Pratt Institute Myrtle Hall is the first institutional building in Brooklyn to be LEED Gold certified. The video provides further information on the environmental standards and the structure’s solutions to them.

The Jerome Robbins Theater was actually converted from a standard concrete box into the stunning space it is today. “Everything sprang from one defining factor: the severe limitations of the pre-existing physical space,” said architect Marty Kapell.

Think! Architecture is a Brooklyn-Based firm founded in 2013 by Martin Kapell.

News via: Redsquare Production 

Myrtle Hall / think!

Baryshnikov Arts Center, Jerome Robbins Theater / think!

Cite: Natalina Lopez. "Step Inside Myrtle Hall and Jerome Robbins Theater With Redsquare Productions " 29 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/798124/step-inside-myrtle-hall-and-jerome-robbins-theater-with-think-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884