photo is taken from the doorway into the control room. The Japanese
sun is across the rear wall and there are slot resonators across
the rear section of the control room.
is another angle of the rear of the control room. You can see the
rear window into the piano room and the rear wall slot resonators.
You can also see the sliding glass doors into the piano room. The
ceiling is 2" Insulco Fibreglass covered with hemp cloth on
2" x 1" frames.
is a shot showing the front of the control room. The Genelec speakers
are flush mounted into the front wall units and you can also see
the sliding glass pocket doors in the front of the control room.
Below the speakers you can see the Genelec amps and controls.
is a shot taken in the Piano Room. The coloured walls are created
by Nina Bishop of Byron Bay where she dyed the hemp cloth using sun setting dyes. This
is more of her work.
above photo is the piano room showing the variable bass absorbers
on the wall and the slot resonator in the ceiling. The rest of the
ceiling is lined with 2" Insulco Fibreglass and covered with
above shows the double sliding pocket doors entering the piano room.
Note that they are flushed into the Tasmanian Oak Hardwood floor.
above left is a shot taken in the control room towards the two booths.
The booths now have carpet on the floors. The right shot is taken
from within the first booth looking into the second booth. You can
see the slot resonator wall in the second booth. The right wall
in the picture is covered with Nina's dyed cloth and it depicts
underwater with whales and dolphins etc.