Andri Haflidason, a fourth-year BSc architecture student at Strathclyde University, designed this headquarters building for Scottish Ballet. The design sought to find ways to both protect and reveal the performance of ballet to the city of Glasgow, in the belief that through this the building itself would become a performance; a valuable and inspiring stage for both the company and society itself.
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