Vltava Philharmonic Hall by Barozzi Veiga

Vltava Philharmonic Hall

As a continuation of the green Vltava Promenade – which runs along the river of Prague and links the city centre to the site of the project – the new green public space takes to the Vltava Philharmonic Hall.

The romantic building stands as a new landmark rooted in the town, inspired by the verticality of the city’s architecture and by the fluid evanescence of music.

As a lighthouse under the sky of Prague, the radical vertical organization of the volume creates an architecture able to resonate with the city’s profile while fostering an active.

A space dynamic and permeable space – open towards the city and towards the river – introducing the idea of movement into the urban ensemble. Source by Barozzi Veiga.

  • Location: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Architect: Barozzi Veiga
  • Design Team: Elvira Fernandez, Barbara Fonseca, Rodrigo Martínez, Cristian Munteanu, Diletta Trinari; Andrea Bergamini, Chen-Hsin Chang, Caterina Delaini, Martín de Pablo Esteban, Guillermo Sidrach
  • Collaboration: Atelier M1, Pavel Joba
  • Structural engineer: Buro Happold Berlin
  • Services engineer: Buro Happold Berlin
  • Sustainability consultant: Buro Happold Berlin
  • Facade consultant: Buro Happold Berlin
  • Acoustic consultant: Nagata Acoustics Paris
  • Theatre planner: Theatre Project
  • Landscape architect: Atelier LOIDL Landschaftsarchitekten Berlin GmbH
  • Model: Angel Garcia Palacios
  • Client: City of Prague and Prague Institute of Planning and Development
  • Status: 2nd Prize International Competition
  • Area: 35 000 m2
  • Year: 2022
  • Images: Artefactory Paris, Aesthetica Barcelona, Courtesy of Barozzi Veiga