Amare opened its doors on 2 September, 2021. This house for culture, education, events and meetings has four large theater and concert halls, various meeting rooms, a large number of public spaces and two restaurants.

Amare is thé place to experience the wonders of theatre, dance and concerts. Centrally located, in the heart of The Hague. Besides the fact that Amare is the new home of the Royal Conservatoire, Residentie Orkest and Nederlands Dans Theater are also the new residents. Amare connects different cultural disciplines and thus also creates new collaborations between students and professionals and professionals themselves.

The architecture of the Amare building is impressive and unique. The columns on the outside, which look like tuning forks, have an important function: they are the foundation of the building. The foundation has been deliberately placed on the outside, so that the number of vertical connections in the building is kept to a minimum. This prevents noise travelling between the different halls.

But the internal construction of Amare is also special. From the outside it is not visible that each of the four halls are placed separately in the building. In this way the sound vibrations remain within the hall and the halls do not experience any noise nuisance from each other. The sound experience in the halls is extremely pure and flexible, thanks to the modern acoustic facilities.