Plans unveiled for cultural centre in Denmark
C.F. Møller Architects has unveiled plans for the expansion of the cultural center Pavillonen in Grenaa, Denmark.
The design aims to enhance the exhibition of art, establish a connection with the surrounding nature, and create an architectural coherent building for locals and tourists. The plans include a new musical talent stage, a new art exhibition space, a new rooftop terrace for cultural events, and a new architectural coherence for the many buildings created over the last 120 years.
The Pavillon in Grenaa has long been a cultural hub for the citizens of Grenaa and Norddjurs Municipality, bringing together music, theatre, teaching, sport and many other cultural events. But not under the same roof, and the Pavilion is characterised by having grown building by building since the first building was completed in 1902.
The project aims to bring the Pavillon into the next century and provide better conditions and opportunities for development for the local associations for education, theatre, music, art, and sport.