In the context of the rehabilitation of the Niemeyer site, comprised of exterior public spaces, the library and the ‘Volcano’ theater (6,500 m²)
Almost all of the light fixtures remain integrated, as O. Niemeyer had initially planned. Light coves illuminate the original concrete walls and the inside of the shell; walls of light pull the audience towards the main room.
The room, intended for both theatrical and philharmonic purposes, is modular and in wood entirely for improved acoustics; the specificity of its lighting lies in its entirely indirect nature, with lighting located under the seats, in baseboards and all other interstices. The light tint wooden floor allows for such a system to provide all the visual comfort the audience may need.