Figure 191 Simple Plan Forms for Concert Halls in Normal and Surround Configurations

c.) Diamond d) Horseshoe chambers, are at or above 400 cu ft (11.3 cu m); these also feature a large moveable reflector above the orchestra which offsets some of the effects of a high volume.

Surface Materials

Heavy plaster is the most commonly encountered wall and ceiling material used in concert and opera halls. In buildings more than 100 years old it was convenient since it could be worked in a semi-liquid state and would dry to a hard surface. Backings in these old buildings

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