It fits easily into a string of vibrant concert halls that have emerged in the US in recent years, from the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas to I. M. Singing to Frank Gehry's Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
The complex consists of two parts: the main auditorium with a corrugated glass roof, 13 floors high, and the southern building with a solo concert hall and an educational center. Both are equipped with huge steel arches, called "feathers" by Calatrava himself. Thus, at its highest point, the building reaches 60 m in height.
The main hall with seats around the stage will accommodate 2000 spectators, the small one - 300. The complex will have a total area of 3200 sq. M. m of useful areas.
The original design should help the concert hall become a new symbol of Atlanta and attract more attention to its Symphony Orchestra, which will perform there.