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Spunky Tiny Traveling Theater is Topped With Recycled Coal Scuttles

by , 06/05/12
filed under: Architecture, Art, gallery



Aberrant Architecture, Tiny Traveling Theater, mobile theater, mini theater, Thomas Britton, coal scuttles, recycled materials, green design, sustainable design, eco-design, art, theater, natural light, skylights

Aberrant tried to stay as true to the original music club as possible by giving the door leading to the small theater a boat handle and using coal scuttles for the roof. Skylights are hidden in the chimneys, bringing natural light inside, while a conical funnel pulses sounds from the indoor performance outdoors so that passersby can also enjoy the show.

The theater is towed by a VW split screen camper van and features three recessed booths that can accommodate up to six people. Mobile and small, this temporary space allows for a very intense emotional experience, which can be preceded and followed by drinks outside at a pop-up bar comprised of little more than a folding table, some chairs and ice buckets to keep drinks cold! Come to think of it, what else do you need?

+ Aberrant Architecture

Via Dezeen

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