In New York, it's all about building up, up, up. That's why Carnegie Hall's new Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall is so unique: the space is actually down, down, down, below the streets of Manhattan. Or more accurately, below the famed Isaac Stern Auditorium, where it serves Carnegie Hall's vision to provide multi-form performance and education in a multi-configurable arena. To make such a venue fit, the project team had to drill deep down into the Manhattan bedrock. But the results redefine a ...

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