Casa da Música, Oporto #Portugal | Architect: Rem Koolhaas, OMA

Casa da Música, Oporto #Portugal | Architect: Rem Koolhaas, OMA

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Casa da Música is a major concert hall space which houses the cultural institution of the same name with its three orchestras Orchestra Nacional do Porto, Orchestra Barroca and Remix Ensemble. It was designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas with Office for Metropolitan Architecture and Arup-AFA, and was planned as part of Porto’s project for European Culture Capital in 2001 but was only finished in the first half of 2005.

Casa da Música is a major concert hall space which houses the cultural institution of the same name with its three orchestras Orchestra Nacional do Porto, Orchestra Barroca and Remix Ensemble. It was designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas with Office for Metropolitan Architecture and Arup-AFA, and was planned as part of Porto’s project for European Culture Capital in 2001 but was only finished in the first half of 2005.

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