30 Oct '11, 1pm

Abandoned Grain Silo in France Is Now an Opera House

Overlooking the port of Marseille, one of largest cities in France, used to sit an abandoned grain silo. Situated in a neighborhood slated for renovation, the emblematic and highly visible Arenc Silo, built in 1926-7, faced demolition. But rather than destroy the building and start from scratch with new materials, the City decided to transform it. For the last year, the old silo has been in service as a fully renovated opera house and theater.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/10/abandoned-grain-s...

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