Finton House Music Rooms Post Completion
The music practice rooms at Finton House School are now fully operational. Please step this way for the tour …
Here you will see the school’s E-level Boxy Rooms, acoustic treatment panels, printed artwork panels and performance equipment.
Here we see that acoustic treatment is not only suitable for music rooms, but is also essential for speech intelligibility for other lessons. These panels cut down the reverb times within the room, making ambient noise much less of a problem. This enables tutors to project their voices comfortably and students to listen with ease.
These classroom requirements are all outlined in the BB93 Form which is thankfully raising awareness for properly functioning classroom acoustics and is rapidly improving the learning and teaching environments of thousands of people.
Below we have some printed acoustic panels. These panels not only add colour to the room, they also improve absorbtion.
Lastly, we come to our acoustic pods. These are the E-level Boxy Rooms we installed back in February.
We think every one at Finton House is pretty pleased …
— Finton House School (@FintonHouseSch) May 28, 2014
Many thanks to Finton House School in Wandsworth for featuring in our Case Study.
Photographs provided by Amadeus.