PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
THE KIMMEL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, inaugurated in 2001 and designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, is the main theater in Philadelphia, United States and houses the Verizon Hall as a concert hall for 2547 spectators and the Perelman Hall as a multipurpose room, with capacity for 650 spectators.
The project covers the construction engineering of the modulated adjustable canopy system for scenic and acoustic conditioning, with electromechanical drive. Built and assembled by Hoffend and Sons. It was made in conjunction with the advice of Artec Consultants and Theater Projects Consultants.
ACOUSTIC CANOPY SYSTEM, VERIZON HALL
Typology: Concert Hall
Location: 300 S Broad St, Filadelfia, Estados Unidos de América
Subject: Acoustic Canopy System Verizon Hall
Services: Technical design project
Client: Hoffend & Sons, Inc. Rochester New York
General architecture project: Arq. Rafael Viñoly
Estimated total area: 40.000 m2
Estimated intervened area: 9.000 m2
Estimated costo f intervention: US$ 7.000.000