Arvo Part Concert Hall. Rakvere, Estonia, 2009.
The brief called for a new building to house a concert hall next to an existing church in Rakvere, Estonia. Given the difficuty to house the requested program on the site, the proposal wraps around the existing church building spiraling upward to hover above the street creating a stepped public space on its roof. The proposal also includes landscaping the adjacent open space given its potential for open air events. The geometry of the entire site is based on a triagulated plane seeking to evoke Arvo Part’s tintinnabuli--a compositional style consisting of clusters of three musical notes.    
Team: Daniel Daou, Gabriel Morales, Paola Castillo, Andres Graue.