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Ópera de Arame

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A Ópera de Arame é um teatro brasileiro, localizado na cidade de Curitiba, capital do estado do Paraná. É todo construído com tubos de aço e estruturas metálicas e coberto com placas transparentes de policarbonato, lembrando a fragilidade de uma construção em arame. De forma circular, a edificação é parcialmente circundada por um lago artificial, de maneira que o acesso ao auditório é feito por uma passarela sobre as águas. O projeto é do arquiteto Domingos Bongestabs, professor do departamento de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da UFPR e mesmo autor do projeto da Unilivre.

Foi montada em apenas 75 dias e inaugurada em 1992. Passou por uma reforma para manutenção e melhorias na segurança, concluída em meados de 2006.

O auditório tem capacidade física para 2,1 mil espectadores, mas, após a reforma de 2006, pretende-se limitar a entrada para um máximo de mil pessoas, visando a preservação da estrutura.

Nas proximidades da ópera está a Pedreira Paulo Leminski, aberta em 1990. Juntos, formam o Parque das Pedreiras.

Foto: Emilio Campi
www.360total.com.br

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Text by Steve Smith.

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