Master planning and phased acoustical / technical renovation for the 2,000-seat home of the London Symphony Orchestra and the London venue for the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Phase I (1992) involved alterations to interior finishes for improved clarity and low-frequency response. Phase II (completed Fall 2001) involved integration of ceiling reflectors and a tunable canopy. This renovation also involved extensive technical improvements for recording & broadcast, mechanical noise reduction, and improved accommodation of popular & corporate events.
Project Details
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
Sound Isolation
Pentagram Architect, Architect, London, England (Phase I); Caruso St. John Architects, Architect, London, England (Phase II)
Carr & Angier, Theatre Consultants, London, England (Phase II)
1,943-seat multi-purpose concert hall