Matthijs la Roi Architects has created a wooden dome amphitheater within the forested park of Sint-Arnolduspark in Belgium. Clad in soft brown cedar, the dome comes complete with a stage designed to host open-air performances with the structure acting as a natural, sculptural backdrop. The most compelling feature to the project, and what gives the “Rain Amplifier” its name, is the artificial rain shower designed to create a dynamic soundscape inside the forest. This artificial waterfall is achieved through a controlled network of hidden, interconnected tubes and nozzles within the structure.

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