The House of Music of the province of North Jutland will appear on the waterfront of Aalborg, where it is planned to create a "cultural quarter" of several institutions, complemented by a high-rise hotel. The appearance of the new space will be determined by large areas of greenery, water surface and various public areas, including an open-air theater.
The House of Music itself consists of three functional parts, placed in three independent volumes, united by a common foyer. The central part is occupied by the actual concert hall for 1300 spectators. It is flanked by the rehearsal and study rooms of the Music Department of Aalborg University, as well as the auditoriums and workshops of the Department of Architecture and Design of the same university.
At the same time, the House of Music will become the "base" of the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra and a place for the study and practice of music therapy.
A wide staircase leads from the water to the main entrance to the building, which will play the role of spectator rows in the warm season, when a floating stage will function at the House of Music.