Renowned designer Jadwiga Husarska-Sobina recently sat down for an exclusive interview with "Classic Design," a program on RMF Classic radio. During the interview, she discussed her involvement in the Delivie Concert Hall project at Kamet S.A., shedding light on the innovative approach to concert hall design and acoustic considerations. The Delivie Concert Hall project aimed to create a space conducive to casual conversations during concert intermissions. One of the most visually striking elements of the hall is the "Tree of Words," which seamlessly integrates with the architectural features. Symbolizing creativity, the tree's aluminum leaves were laser-engraved with poetic words, serving as a reminder to visitors of the deep connection to poetic music. Kamet S.A., known for their high-quality products, took on this project as part of their commitment to showcasing their passions and established the Delivie Foundation to support the Delivie Concert Hall project.
Leading the design efforts through her Studio Projektowe Husarska, Jadwiga Husarska-Sobina played a pivotal role in bringing the project to life. Collaborating with designers Katarzyna Gierat, Klaudia Kasprzak, and Andrzej Sobina, responsible for the technical aspects of the hall's equipment, they created a space that not only met acoustic requirements but also provided professional conditions for musicians during performances. To enhance the acoustics, a wave-like structure was implemented, dispersing sound and serving as a distinctive architectural feature. The entire space of the hall was covered with a specially designed carpet manufactured in Belgium, featuring a unique pattern of acoustic waves and the Delivie logo. Sound-absorbing curtains, commonly used in theaters and concert halls, were employed to prevent sound reflections and allow for flexible adjustments of the hall.
The Delivie Concert Hall project is more than just a music venue. It provides a versatile space that fosters creativity, making it suitable for training sessions and lectures. Modular tables and bar stools allow for quick rearrangement to accommodate different functions, while the stage serves as an ideal platform for presentations. Additionally, the hall is equipped with a retractable projection screen for displaying content and films.
As a testament to their commitment to excellence, the hall features custom-designed lamps, created by Studio Projektowe Husarska and manufactured entirely by Kamet S.A. These lamps add a unique ambiance, inspired by the lively fire symbolizing the emotions that arise during events at Delivie Concert Hall.
In a subsequent phase of the project, a lobby area was created to provide a more informal atmosphere for musical encounters. The introduction of a bar counter, designed to resemble the acoustic wave found within the hall, caters to cultural discussions while serving beverages and meals.
Modern glass partitions separate the lobby from the staircase, adding an unparalleled character to the interior. An additional room features seating areas and bar tables, providing a space for relaxation and networking.
Jadwiga Husarska-Sobina's expertise, coupled with the collaborative efforts of Studio Projektowe Husarska and Kamet S.A., has resulted in a remarkable concert hall that marries aesthetic design with exceptional acoustics. The Delivie Concert Hall serves as a testament to the power of innovative thinking and the transformative impact it can have on architectural spaces.
The completion of the project reaffirms Jadwiga Husarska-Sobina's position as a leading figure in the world of design, consistently delivering exceptional projects that push the boundaries of creativity and functionality. The Delivie Concert Hall stands as a testament to the remarkable synergy between design, acoustics, and the creation of unforgettable experiences for both musicians and audiences alike.