The audience is our customer. Theatre construction is usually paid for from the public purse and audiences pay directly and indirectly for subsidies and theatre tickets.
They expect something in return. They expect their money to pay for a nice building where you really feel like you are having a night out, but which also feels homely and welcoming.
That includes a spacious foyer, enough toilets and of course a decent seat for watching the performance.
Wei-Wu-Ying Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
New theatre complex with a concert hall (2.300 seats), an opera house (2.000 seats), a playhouse (1.300 seats) and a recital hall (450 seats).
Koninklijk Theater (Royal Theatre) Carré, Amsterdam
Renovation stage machinery
Boris Eifman Dance Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia
New dance theatre with a large (1000 seats) and small (300 seats) auditorium
New cultural centre with three small theatres, two pop venues and a renovation of the flytower of the large auditorium
Schouwburg Amphion, Doetinchem
New city theatre with a large auditorium (864 seats) and small auditorium (300 seats)
Restoration of the monumental Stadsschouwburg (650 seats) with new fly tower
Muziekgebouw aan het IJ / BIMhuis
New-build multifunctional concert auditorium with seating capacity of 725, standing capacity of 1,500, and a small auditorium seating 250
Theater de Spiegel, Zwolle
New-build of large auditorium (seating 850-1,050)
New-build theatre with 3 theatre auditoriums (seating 1,050, 350, and 150)
Rabozaal Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam
New-build theatre auditorium seating 600, renovation of pop music auditorium