How the „Symfonia” building influenced a designing process of the new seat of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, what is a „vineyard” configuration, how to test a 4,5-tons acoustic model? Answers for these and other questions are given by Tomasz Konior, architect, founder of Konior Studio and head designer of the NPRSO’s …
While designing the new seat of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Konior Studio invited to cooperation the Stangel company which built a model of the concert hall in 1:10 scale. As from tomorrow, the model will be available for sightseers in the atrium of the Altus building at 13 Uniwersytecka St.
The model was built to conduct acoustic tests.
In 2008, Konior Studio had began a planning process to design a new seat for the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra (NPRSO) in Katowice. During the process, the architects decided to enlist Nagata Acoustics from Japan, one of the best acousticians’ team in the world, and the Stangel company based in Zgierz, Poland, which specializes in miniatures and models construction.