Vancouver's Revery Architecture creates arts centre with 'glowing' fins
from Construction Canada
The Xiqu Centre, a performing arts venue in Hong Kong designed by Vancouver-based Revery Architecture, reimagines theatre drapes and the swaying folds of the performers' costumes with a glowing curvilinear façade. The eight-storey structure was conceived as a cultural sanctuary, blending theatre, art, and public space for celebration and contemplation. "Qi" or flow is expressed throughout the complex with curved paths and forms designed around a vast circular atrium.
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