Client: Mercury Company
Architects: Yuri Grigoryan, Alexandra Pavlova, Pavel Lysikhin, Ilya Kuleshov, Pavel Ivanchikov
Interior Design : Antonio Citterio
Main Contractor: PSP Farman Holding
Stage Facilities, Acoustics: Arup, Svetlost Teatar
Lighting: Svetlost Teatar
Luxury Village is an elite Moscow shopping area with a 600m-long Pedestrian Street, luxury boutiques, famous brands and restaurants.
The Concert Hall inside the complex refers to a multi-purpose Hall which should be enabled to give excellent technical support for the theatre plays, concerts, fashion shows, presentations, symphonic performances and many other.
A completely transforming area means that the entire stage and auditorium space consists of eight (20m x 5,4m) platforms, each with an additional secondary platform. Total travel height is 4.85m for the Main platform, plus 1.30m for the secondary platform, in total 6.15m, with a variable speed of 0-0.5 m/sec. All manufactured, delivered and installed by Svetlost Teatar.
The stage and auditorium can be modified by platforms leveling giving it the best ratio between the active performing area and the visitors. For the best sight line results, there are 88 Seating wagons with different height, so sight line is not linear, but parabolic. Additionally, there is one transport platform.
In total, 148 Spiralift units were installed.
The control system and drive cabinets, cable management system were delivered and installed.
Upper Machinery consist of two cranes along the Hall and Stage area and 12 Truss system flybars, enduring heavy loads for Lighting fixture. Cranes give a full mobility to flybar disposition, depending of Performance.
Svetlost Teatar delivered and installed the Lighting System consisting of the Dimmer system and network, Lighting fixtures and Consoles and the Sound System consisting of the Main reinforcement system, Concert reinforcement system, Microphones, Digital Consoles, PA system, Digital intercom system, Video and Camera system including Audio Video Control room equipment.
Opened with Sir Elton John Concert, December 2008