TEATRO MUNICIPAL IGNACIO A. PANE
The Teatro Municipal Ignacio A. Pane of Paraguay, restored in 2005 following the original building criteria of 1894, was designed by architects Pablo Capelletti, Javier Corvalán and Pedro Espínola Vargas Peña and has a main house with capacity for 700 people. Its stage has a 14 meters width by 9 meters tall proscenium opening and an area of 225m2, with a height of 22 meters.
In this context, a technical diagnosis analysis of the building was made to develop the bidding and technical design project of theater architecture and equipment. This included grids and fly galleries with modulated removable floors, motorized flying system for sceneries and lighting, main draw curtain, adjustable proscenium, auxiliary assembly systems, sound and video.
Location: Pdte. Franco, Asunción, Paraguay
Subject: Building remodeling project and stage machinery and rigging project
Services: Bidding project, technical design and fabrication engineering
Client: Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Asunción
General architecture project: Arq. Pablo Capelletti, Arq. Javier Corvalán y Arq. Pedro Espínola Vargas Peña
Estimated total area: 20.000 m2
Estimated intervened area: 8.000 m2
Estimated cost of intervention: US$ 1.500.000