||||||The three-sided building leans elegantly over the street below|Six different types of glazing create the structure’s dazzling facade|The tinted glazing casts triangular shadows across the floor of the interior|The V-shape of the auditorium fits the building’s tight triangular site|Extensive use of fir wood gives the hall a more overtly Scandinavian look||
30 Sep 2014

Wingårdhs’ auditorium with asymmetrical twist

Words by Rachel Calton

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