Rostropovich Philharmonic Hall — interior design
Best Implemented Interior Design Project for Public Space
About the project
One of the objectives of this project was attraction of the younger visitors, and that was why the design concept had to comply with the modern requirements.
The interiors are light and uncluttered — nothing here will distract the visitors from the music. It happens so that all the musical instruments have smooth shapes, and the designers felt like using similar shapes and forms in their project. The volume is three-storey, Levels 2 and 3 connected with an atrium. The ceiling lamp is the symbol of energy that fluctuates in the hall. It is located against the wall, showcasing the pixel portrait of Mstislav Rostropovich. The multifunctional zone at Level 2 can be used as an exhibition venue or a lecture hall.
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Project implementation year
Applicant and authors of the project
GORA, architectural bureau