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Opening up Royal Opera House

Opening up Royal Opera House

Stanton Williams Architects have been chosen to help make the Royal Opera House more inviting to the public.

The practice has been selected from seven from firms of architects to carry out a feasibility study for the Royal Opera House’s Open Up project, which will make the physical entrances and street level public areas to the Covent Garden building more open and inviting.

The project will also develop existing spaces, such as the Linbury Studio Theatre and Paul Hamlyn Hall, and make the creative, technical and education work of the Royal Opera House more visible to more people.

This in turn is designed to enhance the appeal of the Covent Garden building as a destination in itself. The Royal Opera House will be looking to reduce its use of energy and resources throughout the project.

“There is such potential to open our building to wider audiences throughout the day. Stanton Williams have demonstrated a clear vision for what the next evolution of our building can achieve,” said Simon Robey, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Opera House.

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