THEATRE CONCEPT

 

corridor - view 1   corridor - view 2

 

Project shows an experimental solution for a different shaping of a theatre space. Presented prototype gives one of the answer for development of a theatre house.

 

Concept considers working with variety of relationship between actor and spectator as a relevant element of space creation. Building is designed as a connection of several corridors. It gives a feeling of 3 dimensional labyrinth. There is no regular audience, neither stage known in a traditional way. Instead of that, corridors are made by shaped panels, which are giving only suggestion of a place to stand, to sit, to lie. Trying to skip define spaces, building is prepared as a place to explore. Amount of performing areas situated in different parts of the building forces viewers to move, to travel between.

 

Proposal breaks traditional thinking about theatre building. As a result we get one of a kind public space rapped in a box. Theatre program does not work with a performance schedule, but rather stays as a livable gallery of theatre functions. There is a free choice of movement between different acts – you can always join, take part in an act you watch, or just skip it, move ahead. Strong influence of a street performance is taken into consideration during design process.

 

Whole project gives complexity of solution in different fields. Rise questions, but also gives a lot of answers for future theatre buildings development.

 

 

 

Project was presented on a hypothetical site.

concept

diagram – buildings elements:

 

 

 

dekompozycja diagram

 

 

 

axonometry of levels a plan-section at the height of the three main stories3d plans

 

 

sections – fragments:

 

 

przekroje

 

sequence of sections:

 

section sequence

 

 

 

corridor - view 3  kolaż różowy

 

 

status: diploma project (Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Szweden)
author: Henryk Struski

promoter: Morten Moses Lund
year: 2009

 

Project was presented during conference about scandinavian performance houses in Goteborg, Sweden. More info about conference here.

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