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A new rehearsal studio, upgraded kitchen facilities, offices and landscape enhancements.
The Open Air Theatre is located in the grounds of Regent’s Park. For 15 weeks each summer the outdoor theatre blossoms into life to play to audiences of over 1,200 people each night.
New works will include a new rehearsal studio, upgraded kitchen facilities, offices and landscape enhancements wrapped with blackened timber cladding.
The magic of the theatre’s woodland setting is reinforced by the recessive language of the new building, which has been designed to blur the distinction between building and landscape. The new structure is surrounded by mature trees, and reads as a natural extension to the existing buildings along the edge.
The new building is split into two distinct parts with the kitchen and office space wrapping around the main space, a double height rehearsal studio.
The new buildings will be constructed from a prefabricated cross laminated timber panel system. This lightweight structure can be erected quickly (during the winter season when the Theatre is closed) and requires relatively small foundations – minimising the impact on neighbouring tree roots. Externally the buildings will be clad in a band of dark stained larch at the base, with a crown of textured cladding at higher levels.