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KSB and Havel & Partners Advise on Vltava Philharmonic Project

KSB and Havel & Partners Advise on Vltava Philharmonic Project

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Kocian Solc Balastik has advised the Bjarke Ingels Group on the agreement for the architectural study and project documentation regarding the Vltava Philharmonic Hall project. Havel & Partners advised the City of Prague on organizing an architectural competition for the selection of the hall's design.

“The Vltava Philharmonic Hall by BIG will not only be a new concert hall offering world-class twenty-first century standards in terms of acoustics, capacity, layout, technical facilities, architecture, and urban design, but also a vibrant and open cultural space for all visitors," KSB informed. "The Vltava Philharmonic Hall will confirm Prague's international reputation as a cultural metropolis and symbol of the Czech musical tradition and will become a new landmark not only for Prague, but for the whole Czech Republic."

"According to the plans of the city administration, the unique building, which will be built on the Bubenske nabrezi embankment near the Vltavska metro station, should be completed in 2032," Havel & Partners reported.

The Bjarke Ingels Group is a Danish architectural studio.

The KSB team included Partner Vaclav Rovensky and Lawyer Tomas Travnicek.

The Havel & Partners team was led by Partner Josef Hlavicka and Managing Associate Kamila Kulhankova.

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