Urban Design Project by Dam de Nogales
|Capacity and seating type
||100-135 people -- informal (seating chart available)
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
||15.4 m x 9.25 m x 2.52 m
Option: 45' x 18' x 7'
||Option 1: 4.72 m radius Option 2: at grade 13 feet
|Number of seating rows
||dependent on size -minimum 5 rows with 100 adults capacity
||Option 1: Cor Ten Steel -- Artificial Grass + Safety Railings
Option 2: Concrete/Pavers / Tinted and Stamped Concrete
instead of Cor Ten Steel (+Artificial Grass) -- a consideration
for hot climates.
||Option 1 :Galvanized Steel + Finished Steel
Option 2: Stone Pavers/Concrete
||Seat backing behind rear row seating and SS cables steps --
stair riser lighting -- Option 2: Concrete Paver wall behind
back row seating .
||Stair Riser Low Level Indicators
Optional perimeter LED lights for night and aerial viewing --
Optional Stage Lighting Posts and Shade deck (in same form
as stage) provides for running cables through and fixing stage
lighting and speakers.
Storage facility designed for Electrical Boxes and Stage
elements and audio equipment.
Copyright 2011 Dam de Nogales
This site contains information on "The Open Mind Stage", an Urban Design project by international sculpture duo, Dam de Nogales.
This project is at one time an Open Air Theatre, capable of sitting 135 to 150 people, as well as a contemporary public land form sculpture. From eye
level, it appears as abstract undulating forms of earth and grass. From higher elevations, it appears the figurative sculpture of a human face -- its various
land levels, lit lightly at night. Created out of CorTen steel (with a galvanized and steel structure) gravel, artificial grass, and silica sand, the Open Mind
Stage is both ecologically sound (LEED buildings standards) and maintenance free. Other contemporary public sculpture installations or urban designs
can be viewed at the public art section of www.damdenogales.com. Links to Technical Information, Contacts, Art Studio Locations, and other images
are available above.
Clasificacion: Arte publico, escultura publica, teatro al aire libre, arte ecologico, diseno urbano, anfiteatro, parque municipal