It seems there are two schools of architecture designing for concert halls, the absolutely functional with fitting in as many attendees as possible in rows versus the school that accepts the challenge of a visually beautiful building as well as making it economically viable, and of course sounding good. Philharmonie Paris is of the latter variety, and it's interior asymmetry may well have inspired the even newer Elbphilharmonie. The acoustics were good to my ear and line of site not problematic. The only concern was the steepness of tiers with no hand rails to assist the less agile in the audience.
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