a Internet research about Amphitheaters Hong

Scott Outdoor Amphitheater

Constructed in 1942, the Outdoor Amphitheater was designed by noted Philadelphia landscape architect, Thomas W. Sears. Today, mature tulip trees and white oaks provide the “ceiling” for this memorable spot. Swarthmore College holds commencement here each year rain or shine.

when i was trying search the amphitheater, i found this picture. but i found that it is intersting that if a theater looks like a swimming pool

this is a new project called”Asser Levy Park Amphitheater Project”

here is some imformation from http://www.cumbu.com/asser-levy-park-amphitheater-project/“Coney Island, the former vacation mecca on the New York waterfront, is undergoing a massive revitalization effort. Asser Levy Park, with the addition of Grimshaw’s new amphitheater, will serve as the new gateway to the area and as a symbol of its new identity.

The amphitheater will be a seasonal venue that can attract performers at all levels, encourage concert promoters to bring bands and artists to Brooklyn, and create a destination that New Yorkers see as one of their best summer options for entertainment.

Designer: Grimshaw, Location: New York, United States of America, Image Credits: © Grimshaw, Information: Source

i like this suclpture

kind of lamborghini feeling

there is a new amphitheater.it looks very modern. while this studio design seems like we should focus more on nature. but i think there are still many things we can learn from the picture

these seats are very interesting. they are inserted into a wall

there are some elements i like

i like this roof to be a theather roof.it is bright and flowing just like the music

a big roof as a shade and the other side of the building is empty. so it is not a closed box.

some nice view of a theater

there is a theater of rock valley collage

something like a outdoor theater or something can evolute to a outdoor theater with little change


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