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auditorium

the area of a concert hall, theatre, school, etc., in which the audience sits

Auditorium

That part of a theater, school, or public building that is set aside for the listening and viewing audience.

auditorium

That part of a theater, school, or public building which is set aside for the audience for listening and viewing.
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All auditoria will be accessible to handicapped patrons and will incorporate chairs with transfer arms, a swing-away design that allows wheelchair patrons to sit comfortably on aisle seats.
The solid form of the elevated Auditoria - the Great Halls, lining the Metropolitan Road 402 are clad in vast walls of Brazilian granite, with the elevations facing the Plaza in metallic grey aluminium panels.
The Great Halls are a heavy structure of concrete and steel, essential to the nature of the oversailing cantilevered shells of the overhead Auditoria containers.
Also, the hotel's restaurants will supplement the cafes in the Chasse Theater and its catering resources might serve the parties and banquets that can be held in the two most flexible auditoria.
When Hertzberger was commissioned, the basic plan for the auditoria had already been fixed by theatre consultant lain Mackintosh.
One of the auditoria seats 350 people, the other 150, and it is difficult to imagine fitting so many into the foyer and one flight of stairs.
8220;We are thrilled to continue to provide our branding and communications services for the Jubilee Auditoria of Alberta,” stated William Joseph CEO Ryan Townend.
Originally constructed between 1955 and 1975 as a gift to the people of Alberta, the mandate of the Jubilee Auditoria is to provide a place of celebration where community spirit and cultural enrichment thrive, a tradition that the rejuvenated Jubilee continues today.
The richly polished wood has a seductive warmth, resonance and tactility, so that the auditoria resemble the insides of musical instruments.