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Teatro Olimpia

Huesca (Spain)

The decorations of the hall have been brought to the shine that thay originally had. In evidence the pilasters of the proscenium, the elaborate tympanum and the band to bas-relief that joins the perimeter of the hall to the ceiling.
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The decorations with gilded plaster of the portal serve as frame to the Traveller curtain, manufactured in FBR - Bruxelles Velvet, colour 8, bordeaux.The valance, with drapery in three strata with NFR - Fringes and gilded trimming, it is separate from the curtain by a tense valance.Architect Eduardo Cuello's project modified the disposition of the hall to improve the visibility, reducing the number of the places since the originary 1.180 to the actual 776.
Several draperies, manufactured with the same FBR - Bruxelles Velvet bordeaux, have completed the parure of fabrics of the theater.

The curtain is open on the Stage masking, realized with COS - Oscurante Molton and composed by four lines of wings and tops and by a backdrop. The stage was endowed with a Rear-projection screen realized with the film RAR - Arizona.
A view of the hall from the galler.
The entry of the Teatro Olimpia in a photo of the Years 1920s of the last century.
Politeama theatre with stalls, two tiers of boxes and a gallery, 776 spectators.
1925
inauguration of the theater, designed in style Art Déco

2005
beginning of the works of restructuring
Direction of the works
Eduardo Cuello

2008
new inauguration of the theater

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COS - Oscurante Molton

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

FBR - Bruxelles Velvet

Velvets

NFR - Fringes

Trimmings

RAR - Arizona

Rear-projection films

Rear-projection screens

Rear-projection screens

Stage maskings

Acoustic curtains

Traveller curtains

Typology of curtain