The New Broadcasting Complex of the Croatian Radio
In 1994, Croatian Radio moved to its newly built premises to accommodate four programs with 78 hours of daily coverage. This concentrated, cost-effective building has been designed and implemented to embrace acoustics, technology demands, and energy routing. This paper outlines the design philosophy, technical solutions, and measured outcome of the studio area containing 54 rooms.
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