Location: Hollywood, Los Angeles - U.S.A.
Architect: David Rockwell
Description: wall and floor coverings in Giallo Dorato.
Quantity: 2200 sqm
The Dolby Theater (formerly known as the Kodak Theater)
is a live auditorium in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, United States.
Since its inauguration on November 9, 2001, the theater hosted all the ceremonies
of the Academy Awards.
The theater was sponsored by Eastman Kodak, who paid $ 75 million to have its name associated with the building owned by CIM Group. The Kodak Theater is most commonly used for audiences for cultural events such as concerts, performances, and performances. It is however occasionally used for private purposes as weddings, and various ceremonies. The theater hosted the ceremony to crown Miss USA twice. On 15 September 2009 there was a concert of Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.Due to the crisis that hit the Eastman Kodak company, in February 2012, it was announced that the theater's sponsorship was terminated with the consequent change of name.