Bridgewater Hall is a concert venue built in the mid-90s. This building has quite exciting architecture. It was designed by RHWL Architects and the structure sits on a bed of 280 springs intended to insulate it from external sound and shield it from vibrations caused by nearby passing trains and trams. It also makes it earthquake-proof. Unfortunately, at this moment, I only have exterior photos at the moment to share taken both during daytime and blue hour. I hope to get access to the inside sometime in the future, and I’ll update this gallery when I have them done.