The long-delayed Ronald Perelman Performing Arts Center renderings at the World Trade Center unveiled a glass cube encased in translucent marble.
The New York studio Rex Architecture revealed the design for the 90, 000-square-foot (8, 400-square-metre) including three auditoria which can combine to form seven additional arrangements, and a rehearsal room, as well as a cafe and public space in the lobby.
Barbra Streisand, the center’s chairperson said in a statement: “The performing arts connect us all and are such a vital part of New York City. The Perelman Center will vibrate with theater, music, dance, and film and bring life to this hallowed ground.”
The Perelman is estimated to cost $243 million, and is due to open in 2020.