Under the roof
Under the roof

A structural frame protects visitors from the direct sun light during the day, and opens view to the sky night in Lanzarote. As it is angled, it collects rain water to the tanks as it is a valuable natural resource in the region.

Architectural strategies
Architectural strategies

The roof Sound treated spaces Visual connections Movable glazing and partitions Existing structure Eastern Garden

Under the roof
Under the roof

A structural frame protects visitors from the direct sun light during the day, and opens view to the sky night in Lanzarote. As it is angled, it collects rain water to the tanks as it is a valuable natural resource in the region.

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Framing the Sky

The new Music Hall offers a refurbished space fully engaged with the landscape and the existing Water tank built in concrete and local stone.

With the aim of boosting the water facility, the new proposal sews the interior and exterior spaces, following the heritage from César Manrique as the main representative Artist of Lanzarote.

Thanks to the mild climate of this island, the new music facilities interact with the surroundings such as landscape and local greenery.

The roof is the key element of the proposal. It protects from the climat adversities but also embraces the beauty beyond the horizon through the  central skylight.

Music Hall Centre in Existing building

WHERE

Canary Islands

WHEN

June 2017