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An acoustic and service sidewall in an auditorium

A programme of radical improvements has revitalised the 825-seat repertory theatre, built in 1971. The seating has been replaced and re- aligned to improve sight-lines and eliminate central aisles; this gave the opportunity to provide a new underfloor fresh-air supply system and to design side-walls which screen new air-supply ducts, improve the acoustics and incorporate speakers, lighting and signage.

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