National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1935 in Warsaw. The team created Fitelberg Gregory, who led her to the outbreak of World War II. In March 1945, the orchestra was revived in Katowice. Now represents the country on the international art scene. The NOSPR seat pretend to become the most modern music facility in Poland and Europe. The construction of this new edifice began in 2012. Good acoustics is a key when designing a music facility and this motto has guided everyone working on this structure. This is why acousticians from Nagata Acoustics, one of the most renowned specialists in this field in the world, have been involved in the construction work. The great concert hall has an unusual shape. It magnifies the effect of co-participation of listernes in the concert. Amphitheatric layout of the audience allows for a closer contact with the musicians. The audience can seat approx. 1 800 people across five storeys. Each of the seats has been thoroughly tested in terms of audibility and visibility. The bandstand covers the area of over 250 m2 ensuring a comfortable work conditions for a 120 people strong orchestra and a choir of 100 people. The area surrounding the NOSPR seat is a big garden of art with trees, squares, benches, fountains, an amphitheatre and spacial instalations, such as a hedge maze modelled on a map of Katowice from 1926. The square in front of NOSPR seat is a representative place with cascading stairs, "dancing" fountain and a two acre park with trees and lawns encouraging people to spend there some time.