Austrian Open-Air Pavilion Reaches High Notes

The Vienna based architectural duo Marie-Therese Harnoncour and Ernst J. Fuchs, or The Next ENTERprise Architects are the creators of a new open-air concert hall in Austria. Build on the same grounds as Garfenegg Castle, the pavilion’s senior of 250 years, it blends in surprisingly well.  Holding close to 2000 seated spectators in the auditorium and on […]

The Vienna based architectural duo Marie-Therese Harnoncour and Ernst J. Fuchs, or The Next ENTERprise Architects are the creators of a new open-air concert hall in Austria. Build on the same grounds as Garfenegg Castle, the pavilion’s senior of 250 years, it blends in surprisingly well.  Holding close to 2000 seated spectators in the auditorium and on the lawn and with a stage accommodating 200 hundred performers, the venue is bound to offer stunning performances during the summer months.The Cloud Tower, as it’s called, got its name from the high-reaching stage roof, made of glass and steel reflecting the surrounding trees and the sky above.

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[Via: Dezeen]

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