| By Maria Cruz

Modern Music Centre

Urban music complex

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Composed of two auditoriums, the Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC) in the historic centre of Évreux, France, designed by Hérault Arnod Architectes, is a music complex, whose recording studios are directly connected to the public space - called deck -, running from one side of the building to the other. The main hall is on the first floor. For the sake of acoustics, the concert halls and the recording studios are separate. The structure is made of light metal, double walls, and the exterior volume is opaque, composed of triangular facets, some in polished stainless steel. The deck extends from the street to the terrace like a huge indoor/outdoor hall.

HERAULT-ARNOD.FR/SMAC-348

Composed of two auditoriums, the Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC) in the historic centre of Évreux, France, designed by Hérault Arnod Architectes, is a music complex, whose recording studios are directly connected to the public space - called deck -, running from one side of the building to the other. The main hall is on the first floor. For the sake of acoustics, the concert halls and the recording studios are separate. The structure is made of light metal, double walls, and the exterior volume is opaque, composed of triangular facets, some in polished stainless steel. The deck extends from the street to the terrace like a huge indoor/outdoor hall.

 

HERAULT-ARNOD.FR/SMAC-348