Currently, the Education Center uses Suk Hall for its programs. However, this complicates the use of the hall, which is intended primarily for music production, places higher demands on the preparation of the hall and the transport of things needed for the events. At the same time, however, those who attend the program find themselves in the generous and beautiful premises of Rudolfinum. They enter the building by a representative staircase, meet in a large hall and spend most of their time in Suk Hall. This spatial and dramatic experience is an essential part of the participants experience.
We therefore consider it crucial to design the premises of the Education Center, so that they are able to compete as much as possible with the current experience that the participants of the program have.
We present a design that will make the Education Center an autonomous and distinctive part of the building with a clear operating scheme and spatial qualities that develop the dominant structure of the building.