Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts | Alice Tully Hall

Photos by Iwan Baan

FDA collaborated with architects Diller Scofido + Renfro and FXCollaborative on the renovations of The Juilliard School and Alice Tully Hall, part of a larger redesign of West 65th Street and a revitalization of the campus. With the work completed, Alice Tully Hall is now technically, acoustically, and aesthetically transformed; additionally, DS+R has designed modifications to the building facades along Broadway and 65th Street that¬† break down the fortress-like quality of the Juilliard building and reveal the vibrant life within. FDA’s work has included detailed program development and collaboration on the design of the hall, public areas, and backstage support spaces throughout the Juilliard / Tully building on the Lincoln Center campus in New York.

Alice Tully Hall (with a seating capacity of just under 1100) was built as a concert hall. The present work makes the room more flexible for a wide range of leased events and an expanded range of performance types.

  • Client: Lincoln Center Development Project
  • Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXCollaborative
  • Completion Year: 2009
  • Location: New York, New York
  • Acoustician: Jaffe Holden
  • Capacity: 1,087 seats

  • LEED certified
  • 2010 American Institute of Architects, Honor Award for Architects
  • 2010 American Institute of Steel Construction/IDEAS Awards National Award
  • 2010 Gold Construction Award, Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association
  • 2010 Ontario Steel Design Award of Excellence
  • 2010 MASterworks Award
  • 2009 AIA New York State, Award of Merit, Institutional
  • 2009 AIA New York Chapter Design Honor Award
  • 2009 New York Construction Magazine, Cultural Project of the Year
  • 2009 P/A Award
  • 2009 Society of American Registered Architects


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