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This paper studies the comparable attributes of grand concert halls and opera projects, and develops a method to evaluate and compare them. The study was based on a case study of Harpa, the new Concert and Concert Hall in Reykjavik, a questionnaire survey on the fulfilment of the feature objectives, and by applying four different, recognized assessment tools/lenses to evaluate projects and project success, with the intention of verifying their applicability for this type of projects. The study of Harpa and the questionnaire survey revealed several comparable attributes and important feature objectives that should be taken in account when planning new concert halls. The outcome of these studies is a conceptual framework applied on the case – Harpa. The findings show that the method can be used to evaluate success and can provide to be a useful tool in the initiating and planning phase of new concert halls and opera projects.
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