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timber 50mm wide spaced

100mm with mineral wool


ventilation on periphery of above aisle to absorb noise
wall,warm air passes through the from gangway
spaced timber struts rises and goes
out throught the vents
Fixed support to stage frame

2100 rotation provision operated


from the control room

LOBBY Light emitter PAR 64

wind turbine connected to ducts with vents


2800mm radius curved gypsum
for passive cooling .hot air is sucked out of
board proscenium reflector to Stage spot lights
auditorium and cold relaces it through ducts
project sound further into the
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entrance from 1st floor
auditorium space.
12000mm high

wooden ceiling at an angle(50) to


door padded with leather for help reflect sound to audience with
acoustic cousioning STAIRCASE
perpendicular horizontal members
backstage
steps up into auditorium
from lobby
composite wall consisting of 200mm Truss system supporting the 26m expansive shingles
SOUND LOCK masonry wall cladded with natural structure of the auditorium roof with purlins at 1.4M
STAGE stone 50mm cavity filled with mineral centres
wool,perforated plywood and timber
rock bed 1
panels on the inside to absorb excess
building elaveted to allow free flow of air sound and prevent external noise to curved gypsum board to reflect
across pond beneath it .cold air flows into achieve acoustic comfort sound from stage to audience
auditorium througth a duct beneath each
seats for cooling while hot air is sucked out of
the auditorium through lourved ducts by 100mm space
cowels/turbines between
timber struts
LONGITUDINAL rear wall of stage has
patterned wwoden backstage 2

SECTION patterned mahogany wall WALL SECTION


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perforated timber to asorb sound
walls around stage have and reduce echoes
CONTROL ROOM with acoustically perforated mdf panells
treated glass windowand directly patterned as shown to
opposite the stage for a unobstructed absorb sound
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FRONT ELEVATION
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engineered board with choice


oak, beech or maple hardwood wear layer

top semi- flexible panel

column
column lower semi - flexible panel
ROCK BED TO COOL
AUDITORIUM STAGE FLOORING DETAIL
cellular polyurethane
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...BACK ELEVATION uphoestly chairs
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900 900 THE AUDITORIUM HAS VENTS WITH THERMAL CHIMNEYS THE AUDITORIUM HAS A ROCK BED SYSTEM BENEATH THE SEATS
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PROTRUDING AT THE TOP CAPPED WITH VENTILATION COWELS. FOR COOLING THE AUDITORIUM.
THE TURBINE ATE RUN BY WIND ENERGY THIS DRAWING AIR UP THE CHIMNEY.

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HOT AIR IS DRAWN OUT OF THE AUDITORIUM BY THE CHIMNEYS
IT ALSO HAS LOUVRED VENTS IN TH UPPER PEROPHERY OF THE WALLS FOR VENTILATION AS COLD AIR ENTERS THE AUDITORIUM OVER THE ROCKS BY
VENTS LOCATED BENEATH EACH SEATS .

2,400
Leather padding on the door

2,160
frame for acoustic comfort PERFORATED CAVITY WALLS HAVE BEEN USED AND MINERAL WOOL SANDWITCHED
Lockable brass BETWEEN THE WALLS TO ENABLE ABSORPTION OF NOISE FROM AISLE TO ACHIEVE GOOD THE CYCLE CONTINUES THUS KEEPING THE INTERIORS COOL. VIEW OF STAGE
door knob
ACOUSTICS
VIEW OF BALCONY AND BACK WALL
Mahogany door frame for
durability finished with wood
stain to preserve its natural hue
timber struts that enable perforated timber for absoption of perforated patterned wooden planked
polyurethane

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Acoustic Door Detail
absorption of sound to cavity excess sound produced from stage to bacstage wall for floor for sound
rubber flooring
wall prevent echo acoustic purposed absorption

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LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRE. INTERIOR DESIGN :AUDITORIUM PLANS ,SECTIONS ,INTERIOR ELEVATIONS
PROJECT SEVEN : 4th YEAR.
KIMONDO JOYCE
BO2 /1580/2012