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Acoustic

Acoustic shell

We design and realise acoustic shells for the different configurations on the stage. They can vary from symphonic music with or without chorus, to chamber music, to solo performances. They are designed and realized with a modular system which allows a different location following the operational scene and the acoustic needs.

 

Acoustic shell of the Grand Theater La Fenice in Venice

We designed, realised and installed modular elements that can be adapted to the different configurations. Self-supporting walls complete with weights and stabilizers, that can be closed and moved on rubber wheels.

Sound-diffusing convex surfaces of multi-layers curved wood. Back frame of steel sections. Ceiling composed by modular wooden panels, suspended and adjustable by means of motorized rigging. Reduced dimensions for storage. Possibility of many wooden types and finishings. Fire retardant wooden materials, Euroclass (Bs2-d0) of fire reaction.

gran teatro - tower modules
la fenice di venezia

Each module is made up of three opening walls. They are self-supporting and mobile. The central panels are firmly fixed to the structure of the trolley which is easily manoeuvrable.

gran teatro - celling modules
la fenice di venezia

Ceiling modules consist of an aluminum frame and multi-layers wooden panels. A complete ceiling is made up of two panels united by a clamp. The whole system is supported by lighting trusses moved by motorized rigging.

gran teatro - orchestra shell
teatro regionale di aosta

Designed and realized in elements suitable for recovering in the space under stage floor.

New Cultural Center of Lugano

We have designed, created and installed a modular acoustic shell that can be adapted to three different configurations:

  • Orchestra and chorus
  • Orchestra only
  • With the use of proscenium
  • This acoustic room is made up of 2 types of elements: the ceiling and the wall elements or towers

Modular elements that can be adapted to the different configurations. Self-supporting walls complete with weights and stabilizers, that can be closed and moved on rubber wheels. Sound-diffusing convex surfaces of multi-layers curved wood. Back frame of steel sections. Ceiling composed by modular wooden panels, suspended and adjustable by means of motorized rigging. Reduced dimensions for storage. Possibility of many wooden types and finishings. Fire retardant wooden materials, Euroclass (Bs2-d0) of fire reaction.


TOWERS walls

Self-supporting walls complete with weights and stabilizers, that can be closed and moved on rubber wheels.


CEILING MODULES

Ceiling composed by modular wooden panels, suspended and adjustable by means of motorized rigging.

Acoustic shell of the Haydn Orchestra in Santa Chiara Cultural Centre

We designed, realised and installed modular elements that can be adapted to the different configurations. Wooden walls hookable together and supported by adjustable scenery braces. Multilayers wooden wall surfaces, in more pieces and with a different orientation in order to facilitate the sound-diffusing. Walls are connected to the roof with adjustable tilted items. Ceiling is composed by modular wooden panels, suspended and adjustable by means of motorized rigging. Reduced dimensions for storage. Possibility of many wooden types and finishings. Fire retardsant wooden materials, Euroclass (Bs2-d0) of fire reaction.

oRCHESTRA SHELLS - CENTRO CULTURALE S. LUCIA

 

MALTA – La Valletta – Renzo Piano's open-air theatre Pjazza Teatru Rjal built upon the ruins of the Royal Opera House in Malta

Supply of wooden panels to form the acoustic chamber in the perimeter of the square

Inverted Spiralift application units for the first time in Europe. In an almost 1000-seat auditorium – requiring a variety of configurations for opera, dance, theatre and concerts – two orchestra lifts were installed inversely, that is, with all their mechanical and electric components anchored underneath the mobile platform, as opposed to the bottom of the pit. By doing so, it was possible to minimize the risk of them being submerged in a water-filled pit and suffering damage.

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