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Pipe Organ, Moscow

Pipe Organ, Moscow

Nominated for a Scottish Design Award 2010: Interior Design category

This instrument is a dynamic sculpture in the central atrium of a large office building. The console faces a public room and is overlooked by galleries, while transparent panels in the case provide a view inside the organ.

Glass and stainless steel are combined with lacquered, polished and natural wood to create multiple planes of reflected light and areas of deepest shadow.

Completed 2009

Pipe Organ, Moscow

Pipe Organ, Moscow

Nominated for a Scottish Design Award 2010: Interior Design category

This instrument is a dynamic sculpture in the central atrium of a large office building. The console faces a public room and is overlooked by galleries, while transparent panels in the case provide a view inside the organ.

Glass and stainless steel are combined with lacquered, polished and natural wood to create multiple planes of reflected light and areas of deepest shadow.

Completed 2009

Augustana Lutheran Church  St Paul Minnesota

Augustana Lutheran Church St Paul Minnesota

An asymmetrical project for an asymmetrical setting. The organ is divided to use all of the available height. The space between the Pedal and the Great allows light through the case from coloured glass over the high corner windows.

Completed 2005. Tonal design and voicing by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles. Acoustic design by Dana Kirkegaard, Chicago. Photo: Augustana Manuel Rosales

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany

Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany
Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany

This instrument serves the Remter and Marienkapelle of Magdeburg Dom. Standing clear in an archway between the two chapels, the organ recognises the different architectural character of each, while remaining a work of its own time.

Completed October 2011. Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles. Photo: Jürgen Buchholz

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany
Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany

This instrument serves the Remter and Marienkapelle of Magdeburg Dom. Standing clear in an archway between the two chapels, the organ recognises the different architectural character of each, while remaining a work of its own time.

Completed October 2011. Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles. Photo: Jürgen Buchholz

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany
Magdeburg Remter Chapel Germany

This instrument serves the Remter and Marienkapelle of Magdeburg Dom. Standing clear in an archway between the two chapels, the organ recognises the different architectural character of each, while remaining a work of its own time.

Completed October 2011. Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles. Photo: Jürgen Buchholz

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Central United Methodist Church Phoenix Arizona
Central United Methodist Church Phoenix Arizona

The organ case is designed with towers supporting the 16’ principal pipes. The centre corresponds to the Great with 8’ and 4’ pipes grouped in towers and flats. At low level wall panelling will provide a solid acoustic support for the choir. The form, material and construction details respond to the simplicity of the building. Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles. Acoustic design by Dana Kirkegaard, Chicago.

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany, 2007-2009
UCCC Claremont California
UCCC Claremont California

Sanctuary organ for worship and performance.

Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles Acoustic design by Dana Kirkegaard, Chicago

Completed 1997

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Philharmonic Hall Vitebsk Belarus
Philharmonic Hall Vitebsk Belarus

Twin organ cases for a restored concert hall

Completed 2007

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Lord of Life Lutheran Church Sun City West, Arizona
Lord of Life Lutheran Church Sun City West, Arizona

Principal organ with separate Choir division and screen

Tonal design by Manuel Rosales, Los Angeles

Designed in 2010 for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany
Parish Church of Langau, Austria
Parish Church of Langau, Austria

New organ on vaulted gallery.

Completed 2003

Designed for Glatter-Götz Orgelbau, Germany

 

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