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Friday, November 26, 2010

Zaha Hadid will conduct the Grand Theatre in Rabat

Morocco to build the "Grand Theatre" in Rabat, with 2,500 seats, with an investment of 120 million euros, said Saturday the agency in charge of the project.Implementation and monitoring the work of this project for a period of 56 months have been entrusted to the Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid. A contract for architectural design and monitor the work of an amount of ten million.bus architecture

The Director General of the Agency for the Development of the Valley Bouregreg Mr. Lemghari Essakl presented at the press conference a project with modern design and architecture on the world, daring and air, the style of this infrastructure is mainly characterized by a propensity for intertwining curves and taut lines, sharp shapes and overlapping plans.

Mr. Essakl, Managaing Director of The Bouregreg Valley Development Agency said, “The Grand Theatre is part of a national programme of cultural development initiated by His Majesty King Mohammed VI. ”Zaha Hadid shared her willingness stating, “I am delighted to be building the Grand Theatre in Rabat.
Morocco’s unique musical traditions and rich cultural history in the performing arts are renowned throughout the world. I am honoured to be part of the cultural development of the nation’s capital.
The construction of the Grand Theatre will allow Rabat to showcase its rich cultural heritage as one the world’s greatest cultural centres.

Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher


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