Lalire March Architects | Concert Hall Copy
A competition entry for a concert hall in Rakvere, Estonia, this project converts a church-turned-sports-hall into a 400 seat concert hall. A new annex houses a small music venue, an art gallery and other community amenities. The project was selected for inclusion in a local exhibition.
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Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia
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Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia
Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia
Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia Lalire March Architects - Concert Hall Rakvere Estonia

Concert Hall

 

Rakvere, Estonia

 

A competition entry for a concert hall in Rakvere, Estonia, this project converts a church-turned-sports-hall into a 400 seat concert hall. A new annex houses a small music venue, an art gallery and other community amenities. The project was selected for inclusion in a local exhibition.