Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center

I. M. Pei; acoustician Russell Johnson
1989





Distant view

Press releases indicate not only that the design is distinguished, but that the auditorium has extraordinary acoustics as well as a magnificent concert organ. The concert hall, a rectangle, is set at an angle within a square, the outer walls. Spherical glass curtain walls admit light in the lobbies.
 

Views of the entrance

 
 

Left and center: views of the side; right; view of the side corner

 

View of the side plaza with Eduardo Chillida's De Musica, a two-piece steel sculpture, 1989



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