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Winspear Opera House by Foster+ Partners

Project: Winspear Opera House
Designed by Foster + Partners
Co-architects: Kendall/Heaton
Location: Dallas, USA, 2003-2009
One of five venues that comprise the new Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House will be home to The Dallas Opera, Texas Ballet Theater, touring Broadway productions and numerous other performances. In a radically reconsidered approach to the traditional opera experience, the new opera house will continue to show internationally renowned performances of excellence and innovation.

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  1. You might be interested to know:
    Grand Tier of the Winspear has some seats that are more than "obstructed view", (Grand Tier Row A, 54, 55, 56, 57…). You cannot see at all unless you lean way over.

    Also, it's scarey to walk in that first row of the Grand Tier, which is on the 5th floor. There is no real railing, but we noticed there are a few bars to grab onto if you ARE falling overboard! There are not enough aisles, just one on each end of the GT, so there is a lot of climbing over people.

  2. You might be interested to know:
    Grand Tier of the Winspear has some seats that are more than "obstructed view", (Grand Tier Row A, 54, 55, 56, 57…). You cannot see at all unless you lean way over.

    Also, it's scarey to walk in that first row of the Grand Tier, which is on the 5th floor. There is no real railing, but we noticed there are a few bars to grab onto if you ARE falling overboard! There are not enough aisles, just one on each end of the GT, so there is a lot of climbing over people.

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