Théâtre du Nord, Lille
This 18th century building, which offers a wide range of local and national productions, required seats and partial technical equipment renewal.
View of the building from the 18th century and whose façade is listed as historical monument. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
Renovation/Transformation Théâtre du Nord www.theatredunord.fr
Location Lille, France.
Project Cost 2 million €.
Time Frame Evaluation: 2009. Design: 2010. Construction: 2011-2012.
Owner City of Lille.
Architect(s) Blond & Roux Architectes, Paris blondroux.com • Étienne Sintive, Agence Sintive Architectes, Lille.
Seat Count 460-seat theatre, 100-seat theatre, rehearsal rooms, offices, foyer and cafeteria. Total area approx. 4 000 m².
Uses Theatre and music.
Services Acoustic consulting services.
Team Yann Jurkiewicz, Project Manager, Eckhard Kahle, Kahle Acoustics.
1/7View of the building from the 18th century and whose façade is listed as historical monument. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
2/7The 460-seat theatre. Photo © E. Legrand
3/7View of the stage of the National Theatre from its 460-seat venue. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
4/7View from the balcony of the main 460-seat venue. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
5/7Detailed sitting of the 460-seat venue. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
6/7View of the 100-seat theatre from the stage. Photo © Frédéric Iovino
7/7View of Grand Place, Bourse and the Salle des Spectacles (1792). Document N° LXI, Pl 7, Page 63, antiquités nationales. Photo © Bibliothèque municipale de Lille, Fonds Lefebvre 12, 84.