Development of an Acoustically-Variable Performance Hall
A recently completed project, the Florence Gould Hall in New York City, is used as an example of the applied use of many of the advances in concert and theater acoustical technology that have been developed in the last decade. Peter George Associates were both the acoustical and theater designers of this multipurpose space.
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