|105 auditorium circle||1.51||0.1||9748||34|
|milwaukee auditorium 1912||0.14||0.7||3856||32|
|homewood auditorium 1940||1.37||0.7||1570||73|
|eagles auditorium 1960s seattle||1.48||0.1||1890||9|
|chicago auditorium 1889||0.44||0.5||853||23|
|att 105 auditorium circle||1.02||1||689||6|
Auditorium spaces are designed to accommodate large audiences. As such, they tend to have wide spans and are multiple-stories high in order to accommodate seating, sightlines, and acoustical requirements. Raised stage/dais floors and special lighting equipment are often required as well.What are the typical features of auditorium space types?
Typical features of Auditorium space types include the list of applicable design objectives elements as outlined below. For a complete list and definitions of the design objectives within the context of whole building design, click on the titles below.What are the safety requirements for auditoriums?
Secure / Safe. Fire and Life Safety: Proper notification systems, lighting, and signage are required to facilitate safe and speedy evacuations during regular events or an emergency in Auditorium spaces.What makes the Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University unique?
The historic 1927 Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University underwent renovations while incorporating significant sustainable design features and strategies such as energy and water efficiency, indoor air quality, and resource management, earning Silver Certification under the LEED™ for New Construction 2.2 Rating System. Pfeiffer Partners Architects.