Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

LIPA, the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, has converted one of its traditional theatres into a multi-function space that is acting as a hub for its new Creative Technologies and Performance course, which launched this year.

Acoustic design consultancy White Mark was tasked with overseeing the project that involved building a TV studio, production gallery and sound control area into the existing space, along with motion capture rooms, grading rooms and a 5.1 audio dubbing suite. White Mark’s role included working closely with building contractors to ensure that the new facilities were delivered on time and to the highest standard so that they accurately reflect the real world facilities students will encounter when they eventually leave LIPA at the end of their degree courses.

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Wire Broadcast acted as system integrators to the project. There is more on the audio installation here:

Systems integration was implemented by Robin Howell of Wire Broadcast, with the furniture designed by AKA Design.