Cero III

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Not a theater, but a theater factory - Le Maillon in Strasbourg was supposed to be a building with lots of light, lots of volume and lots of emptiness. One that can change constantly, a house of endless possibilities. And that succeeded. The uniform facade merely provides the framework, without being determined by a dominant main entrance or a hierarchy in the front and rear. The interior, on the other hand, is hyper-flexible and can adapt to all possible configurations.
The atrium, which is half-open at the top, can become an open-air theater. Large openings in the exterior façade take up the dialogue with the urban space. On the inside, the atrium can be connected to the large foyer if required. To this end, the architects inserted two large sliding windows from Solarlux into the intermediate glass façade. The permeability and flexibility that characterize the Maillon in every respect can be physically experienced here in a particu-larly monumental way: two cero systems with four and six glass elements open up the facade over 18 and 12 meters in width and 3.60 meters in height. Rails embedded in the floor connect the inner courtyard with the stairway to the Great Hall and with the foyer without thresholds.

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Part of the collection SLIDING WINDOW.
Manufacturer Solarlux
Family Cero III
Architonic ID 20175800

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