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We know the winner of the international architectural competition. It is the Danish studio Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The Vltava Philharmonic Hall by BIG will not only be a new concert hall offering global standards of the 21st century in terms of acoustics, capacity, layout, technical facilities, architecture and urbanism, but also a lively and open cultural space for all visitors, which will be alive 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Vltava Philharmonic Hall will confirm Prague´s international reputation as a cultural capital and symbol of the Czech musical tradition and will become a new landmark of the entire Czech Republic. The dream is coming true.

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  • “The winning design that won is the best. The idea of touching the Vltava River and then being able to ascend around the entire building to the roof, and as you ascend around it, the interior and exterior will blend around you. That is quite exceptional.”

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    Michal Sedláček in an interview for CT Art ● 6/28/2022
  • „Thirty three members will sit on the international jury of the architectural competition to design the Vltava Philharmonic Hall. Approval to continue the project was finally given by Prague City Hall and the City Council. Construction will be part of the project to revitalize the abandoned Bubny-Zátory area.“
    Czech Television, Události (ČT1) ● 8th June 2021, 19:20
  • „The Concert Hall at Vltavská will be built 150 years after the National Theater. This is a much-needed gauntlet thrown down at Czech society.“
    MF Dnes – Praha; p. 14 (News/Politics) ● 6th March 2021
  • „We want to create not only a destination for tourists, but also a space visited throughout the day by local people. The concert hall is just the cherry on top. The facility will include public areas and will have space for collaboration or a recording studio,“ says head of the Vltava Philharmonic Hall project team Martin Krupauer.
    Hospodářské noviny; p. 13 (News/Politics) ● 17th March 2021
  • „We all know that Vltavská is basically a scar on the face of the city. A scar that the new philharmonic building will help heal,“ said Mayor of Prague 7 Jan Čižinský.
    Metro – Praha; p. 2 (Regionální zprávy) ● 16th February 2021