Corneille by the Haute-Normandie region, Graphéine looked into the visual identity of the place, a jewel of the 17th century. By turns a place of Jesuit worship, a museum, and even a fodder store during the Revolution, the chapel is the 3rd largest church in Rouen. By its size and its acoustics, it is now destined to become a leading place for music and is currently being converted into an Auditorium. The first concert will take place during the opening, on February 4, 2016. The Opéra de Rouen will provide part of the program with 6 other structures, favoring non-amplified music such as choirs, chamber music and early music, but also Jazz and world music. Photo: King Kong workshop In order to preserve the acoustics of the building and adapt it to the requirements of modern music.

The King Kong architecture

Studio designed a “scenographic-acoustic Image Manipulation Service chandelier” in the form of a globe with two hemispheres, specially designed for the Chapelle Corneille. . This masterful installation, unique in the world, makes it possible to offer very high quality sound that is not dispersed in space. Split into two hemispheres, this globe can rotate and offer either a mirror face, to play with light and space, or a chandelier face that also serves as an acoustic installation and even for heating. To give you a better idea of ​​this incredible project, here are some photos of the construction site, taken from the Facebook account of the King Kong architecture studio: Below is a video presenting the architectural and artistic project. 1 – The Concept To create the visual identity of the.

Image Manipulation Service

Chapelle Corneille Auditorium

Normandie We Wanted to Study the Bulk Lead Symbolism of the Place. Its Richness, Its Art, in This History of the Baroque Sphere. We Therefore Began by Studying in Detail What Made the Essence of the “Baroque”. Period by Plunging Us Back Into the History of Art. In This Study We Have Found Astonishing Conceptual Resonances. With the Work of the King-kong Workshop, the Design of Which Nevertheless Stemmed. From a Simple Empirical Intuition. The Term Baroque the Term Baroque Comes From the. Portuguese Term “Barroco” Meaning “Irregular Pearl”. Deleuze Who Leaned on a Philosophical Analysis of the. “Baroque” in His Work ” the Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque ” Draws Three Major. Characteristics From It: the Distinction of Two Floors. High and Low, Conceived as Two Autonomous Orders of Reality. One Pushing Towards the Sky, the Other Sinking Into the Earth. Whose the Model is Provided by the Paintings of Tintoretto and Greco. In Which She Indeed Plays Rather Spectacularly.

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