The Lyric Theatre

Belfast

Client: The Lyric Theatre

Architect: O'Donnell + Toumey Architects

Value: £14m

RSUA “Building of the Year” at the 2012 Design Awards, RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Award, Civic Trust Award, AAI Special Award, Department of Environment Planning and Development Award and has been short listed for 2012 Stirling Prize.

New Build, state-of-the-art production Theatre incorporating 380 seat traditional auditorium with Flytower, 120 person flexible studio theatre space, rehearsal rooms, café and staff accommodation areas on the site of the existing Theatre facility. IN2 was part of O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects winning design team for this major landmark civic building in Belfast and undertook all environmental and building services engineering through the design and construction phases.

The building’s design incorporates low energy ventilation systems to both auditorium and studio theatre spaces utilising direct cooling from a below ground aquifer which is then distributed into the adjacent River Lagan, ensuring minimal energy/ cost operation whilst satisfying low noise criteria. The services design involved complex coordination of Mechanical and Electrical services with the Specialist Technical Theatre installation.

 

Specialist Expertise

Airflow Simulation

Dynamic Thermal Modelling

Environmental

The Lyric Theatre

Belfast

Client: The Lyric Theatre

Architect: O'Donnell + Toumey Architects

Value: £14m

RSUA “Building of the Year” at the 2012 Design Awards, RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Award, Civic Trust Award, AAI Special Award, Department of Environment Planning and Development Award and has been short listed for 2012 Stirling Prize.

New Build, state-of-the-art production Theatre incorporating 380 seat traditional auditorium with Flytower, 120 person flexible studio theatre space, rehearsal rooms, café and staff accommodation areas on the site of the existing Theatre facility. IN2 was part of O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects winning design team for this major landmark civic building in Belfast and undertook all environmental and building services engineering through the design and construction phases.

The building’s design incorporates low energy ventilation systems to both auditorium and studio theatre spaces utilising direct cooling from a below ground aquifer which is then distributed into the adjacent River Lagan, ensuring minimal energy/ cost operation whilst satisfying low noise criteria. The services design involved complex coordination of Mechanical and Electrical services with the Specialist Technical Theatre installation.

Specialist Expertise

Airflow Simulation

Dynamic Thermal Modelling

Environmental