Right in the middle of a square in the city of Blaibach stands a curious stone-clad structure. The Concert Hall designed by architect Peter Haimerl brings forth a place to celebrate culture while maintaining the visual integrity and sound isolation for the surrounding neighborhood.
Going on the opposite route of buildings that greatly alter the landscape, Haimerl opts to tease with a relatively small entrance for a much larger musical chamber hidden inside; the Concert Hall descends into the ground displaying fractal-like concrete panels for great visual effect. The overlapping plates are skillfully lighted using led technology, making for an exquisite illusion; like daylight leaking through small fissures on the wall.
Clearly the Concert Hall in question isn’t fit to host every category of classical music performance, however no matter the sub-genre showcased surely the visiting crowds will have a visual feast.