zondag 11 december 2011

Kelonik Brings the Largest Digital Multiplex in Aragon to Life

The Cines Aragonia cinema chain has opened its doors in Zaragoza ─ with a population of 666,129, Spain’s fifth biggest city and capital of Aragon, the region in the north-east of Spain.
Located in a new complex with shops and leisure amenities, as well as apartments for rent, a hotel, offices and a car park, the multiplex has 16 screens with capacity for 3,300 viewers. Particularly noteworthy in this megaplex are its nine digital screens fully equipped with DLP Cinema® projectors from the Christie CP2000 series.

Suministros Kelonik, Christie partner in Spain, was the company chosen to mount and equip this new cinema complex, which is the largest in Aragon. Each of the multiplex’s 16 screens has different capacities depending on the kind of projection. However, one particular theatre holds 600 people and is decorated as an auditorium, including special features and the aesthetics. Equipped with a Christie CP2000-ZX projector, this unique space is conceived for showing blockbuster movies as well as holding concerts, conferences, conventions and other events. In addition, six of the other screens hold between 300 and 400 people, and the remaining nine, seat 90 to 100.

The complex housing the Cines Aragonia is an ultra-modern building with several different volumes designed by Rafael Moneo, one of the world’s most prestigious and renowned architects. It also includes a five star hotel, Reina Petronila, a shopping and leisure area, four high-rise buildings with apartments for rent plus the Torre Aragonia office tower. The complex was built by the developers Zaragoza Urbana with an investment of over €165 million.

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