Teatro Camploy


The Austrian curtain of the Teatro Camploy was made with a specially designed printed fabric ...
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... whose appearance is part of a complex of highly original decorative interventions ...
... which also include the clouds of colour with which Sergio Piccoli painted the ceiling of the hall.The double 9SV - Axial system ad hoc with a Truss made structure of the Austrian curtain ...
... is equipped with 13 lifting points for each of the two parts that compose it.The view on the stage highlights the Stage masking made of black COS - Oscurante molton.
The singularity of the stage is that of having a proscenium with an obtuse angle plan facing the hall ...
... and a proscenium equipped with two Austrian curtains ...
... which open and close independently.
The terraces of the hall can be separated thanks to three Acoustic curtains made with double curtain and intermediary air chamber ...
The works of transformation of the nineteenth-century church of St. Francesco of Assisi, initiated in the years '80 on a project by the architect Rinaldo Olivieri, gave origin to an amazing stylistic synthesis that makes the Teatro Camploy one of the most original examples of theatrical architecture in the world.
restauration and transformation of the ancient church in the new theatrical building
Architectural project
Rinaldo Olivieri (1931-1998)
Pictorial interventions
Sergio Piccoli

Materials used in this production

9V - Ad hoc axial systems

Systems for curtains

Acoustic curtains

Acoustic curtains

Austrian curtains

Typology of curtain

COS - Oscurante

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

Roman curtains

Typology of curtain

Stage maskings

Acoustic curtains

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