Corporate & Institutional
Corporate clients have very different needs from other commercial clients. Whether the need is for a series of conference rooms or board meeting environments, the same principles that make our studio projects so successful apply - especially in an age where multimedia has taken on such a predominant role in meetings and the decision making process.
Combining aesthetic and acoustic excellence, this two-story, 10,000 square foot building provides an elegant setting for a collection of the world’s most prized pianos. The complex includes a recital room, semi-isolated practice and classrooms and a high-end upright piano room.
Completed in 1902, the Federal Palace required a major electro-acoustic upgrade. The National Council Hall presented three distinctive zones for improvement: the main hall, the stage area, and the balcony (for visitors and press).
In the 5th expansion of the Zurich Airport, the Airside Center required a precisely modeled and fine-tuned electro-acoustical design. The objective was to provide the terminal with optimal acoustics to accommodate normal conversations and a clear, effective public address system.
Designer Philippe Stark was engaged to create 14 unique multiple use environments within an antique building in BA’s exclusive Puerto Madero district. The project required a music distribution system capable of turning the hotel into a gigantic radio station of 14 simultaneous zones.
Constructed in a steel-glass structure dating back to 1915, this terminal was in need of a substantial upgrade. Solutions included installation of two broadband loudspeakers mounted in the direction of the tracks to ensure uninterrupted audio messaging.
This 790-sq.ft. boardroom represents a state of the art combination of audio/video/conferencing and presentation ergonomics. The 30-person room has two distinct configurations; Multi-media conferencing and presentation, and traditional boardroom/meeting.