Springfield Concert Hall was a concert hall built by Frank Gehry.
It was designed by Frank Gehry when Marge sent him a letter where she requests him to build a concert hall for Springfield. He had the idea of the design by the way it looked as he crumpled the letter and threw it to his sidewalk. Due to Springfieldians' general disinterest in classical music, it was eventually turned into the Montgomery Burns State Prison.
The concert hall was designed by the famous phenomenal and inspiring architect, Frank Gehry. It has resemblances with the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Guggenheim Museum de Bilbao.