The idea is simple: a large mobile concert hall, which transports music where it is needed. It takes a light, sustainable, recyclable material and above all it takes two designers like Arata Isozaki and Anish Kapoor, a Japanese architect and an Indian artist, to arrive at a winning idea. Thus, Ark Nova was born, a surprising inflatable architecture capable of receiving an audience from 500 to 700 people, 29 m wide, 36 m long by 18 m high, an internal space of 680 m2 for 500 seats, seats made from the wood of the ancients cedars uprooted by this year's tsunami disaster growing near the Zuiganji temple in Matsushima, Japan, the first place from which he will start his journey.
TITLE OF THE WORK: Ark Nova
TYPE: Concert hall
DESIGNER: Arata Isozaki, Anish Kapoor
PLACE: Matsushima, Japan
YEAR OF REALIZATION: 2021