Katuaq is a cultural centre in Nuuk, Greenland. It is used for concerts, exhibitions, conferences, and as a cinema. Designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen, it was inaugurated on February 15, 1997. Katuaq is an L-shaped building with an undulating, backward leaning screen facing onto Nuuk's central urban space. It is raised above the ground and clad in golden larch wood on both the inside and outside. The screen is inspired by the northern lights.
Between the perimeter screen and the core building lies the large foyer with three white freestanding elements in the shape of a triangle, square and circle. Katuaq contains two auditoria, the larger one seating 1,008 people and the smaller one 508. The big auditorium is used for concerts, theatre, conferences, and as a cinema. The complex also contains an art school, library, meeting facilities, administrative offices and a café.