'The Hedberg' formerly known as the Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development

hedberg-04
The Hedberg - Perspective from the corner of Collins Street and Sun Street. 

hedberg-01

The Hedberg - Aerial perspective from the corner of Campbell Street and Collins Street

hedberg-02

The Hedberg - Evening perspective from the corner of Campbell Street and Collins Street

hedberg-03

The Hedberg - Synthesis with the Theatre Royal on Campbell Street

architecture-hedberg-atrium

The Hedberg - Main atrium space linking the new to the original Theatre Royal, with cascading foyers connecting to each level of the Theatre Royal.

architecture-hedberg-recital-hall

The Hedberg - The Recital Hall in full bloom - one of the professional performance venues

architecture-hedberg-studiotheatre

The Hedberg - The Studio Theatre, a new performance venue for the Theatre Royal

architecture-hedberg-salon

The Hedberg - The Salon, one of the main rehearsal and peformance spaces in the Conservatorium of Music

architecture-hedberg-controlroom

The Hedberg - State of the art recording in the Control Room of the Conservatorium of Music

Renders by Doug & Wolf

Liminal Architecture Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development 01
Photography by Leigh Woolley

The project will be colocated with the oldest operating theatre in Australia, the Theatre Royal, and will see new state of the art performance spaces, a custom built home for the Conservatorium of Music and a new education and research hub with an interdisciplinary focus to contribute to Tasmania's creative industries.

 Liminal Architecture Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development 02
Photography by Peta Heffernan
.

Tim Munro, Chief Executive of the Theatre Royal and Stephen Loo, Director of the University's Creative Exchange Institute, are interviewed by journalists at the announcement of the commencement of early works on site.