Seabury Hall wins the WAN 2013 Performing Spaces Award

September 27, 2013

The 'A'ali'ikūhouna Creative Arts Center at Seabury Hall in Makawao, Hawaii has been awarded the first ever WAN Performing Spaces Award. Theatre Projects collaborated with Flansburgh Architects and Riecke Sunnland Kono Architects on this unique 500-seat multipurpose theatre and rehearsal spaces for the college preparatory school.

The center was also honored by the American Institute of Architects’ Honolulu chapters with both an Award of Excellence and a Members Choice Award.

Congratulations to Seabury Hall and the design team!

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Seabury Hall wins the WAN 2013 Performing Spaces Award
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