Team Ome love this Swedish concert hall interior. Architect firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen created this cultural complex in Malmö.
The outside of Malmö Live incorporates a mix of whites and golds but the concert hall itself is warm with natural tones, using materials such as stone, wood, brass and black concrete.
The lighting is incorporated into the blocks within the wood, allowing the hall to be lit according to the mood of the performance. The concealed lighting both softens the glow and accentuates the boldness of the angular wooden interior.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen worked with acousticians Akustikon to create a world-class acoustic environment. The wooden cladding all over the walls and ceilings helps to create this, each angle of the cubic surfaces is designed to help the acoustics.
Every detail of the design needed to support the acoustic standard of the hall. The interior uses the same textile designers as the Ome Smart Doorbell Chime: Kvadrat. Here the selection of earthy tones play with the lack of uniformity in the interior's walls. We love how subtle and comforting the use of Kvadrat's woollen fabric is set against the rigidity of the wood.