Jewish Theater, Stockholm Sweden

Year: 2002

Architect: Kjell Sörman


Photos:  Åke E:son Lindman

 

The Jewish Theater building has a history from the late 19th century, serving as a skittles hall attached to a popular spa in the area. The Jewish Theater bought the house in 1997 and the building was restored and rebuilt between 1999-2002 to adapt to its theater activities, allowing great flexibility.

 

The foyer is constructed not only as an entrance but also as a scene for music and poetry. The ceiling has a unique construction that allows for infinite variations of the interior lighting.

 

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