A great building getting even better in France, the city hall of Belley.

19 September 2013 | Category: Government, city & town halls, Great Sound, Good Looks
The city of Belley in France made a decision to renovate their old city hall to be
used as a host for temporary exhibitions.The city hall was built in 1860 and was designed by the architect Depierre.
The building itself is pompous and will be even more stunning after the renovation.The task, given to the architect (Chambre et Vibert) and to the acoustician (Thermibel),
was to preserve the heritage of the building but with a great sound environment.This is the result made with the Fellert Even Better SILK system, installed by ALLAIN ingénierie.
Good looks and Even Better Sound!
Before/during and after installation

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