Local wood structure open to interpretation. Between a stage, a room and a square - TimberOnWeb
The structure, designed by the fala studio is very enigmatic and open to interpretation. Consisting of a series of plateaus and four facades with distinct characters, made of local wood, the meticulous use of paint clarifies the interpretation of the architectural elements.
The structure and the volume in general, a hybrid between being a stage, a room or a square, is reminiscent of the nearby barracks, although the style is not military at all. The project is flexible and open to interpretation.
The green and white plywood tiles become feathers towards the outside and horizontal stripes towards the inside. The metal roof protects the stage and provides support for two disco balls. One of the less extensive facades looks like a rising moon, while the other looks like a cat reclining in the sun.