19 000 m2 net. It is a home for the Centre, i.e. Toruń Symphony Orchestra and the main stage of Kujawsko-Pomorski Impresario Music Theatre. Innovative acoustic solutions and the movable ceiling system allows a multifunctional utilisation of the building.
The main concert hall is the most distinct body of the building, featuring an auditorium sprawling several storeys to provide attractive vantage points. The main scene intended for a musical orchestra can open to the court at the rear façade during outdoor concerts. The acoustics of the hall will be adapted to specific musical events by operation of mobile ceiling sections. The sliding wall can be moved to link the main concert hall with a smaller chamber.
The design concept by Fernando Menis has been widely acclaimed in Poland and around the world. The design of the Jordanki Centre won the Future Cultural Projects category at the 2010 World Architecture Festival in Barcelona. The design of the steel substructure of the building won first place in Engineering at the Tekla Global Bim Awards of 2014. The Jordanki received the First Jury Award in the Bryła Roku 2015 (Body of the Year) competition.
A design challenge – An EI 120 rated acoustic door
A Marc-P acoustic sliding door fire rated at EI 120 for the Jordanki Cultural And Congress Centre in Toruń was developed in collaboration with design engineers. Installed from the end of the auditorium, the eleven-metre-high door enjoys a high sound insulation rating of 45 dB (conforming to the requirements for acoustic insulation performance of building partitions specified in PN-EN ISO 717-1:1999).
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