Town Hall is a unique arts hub and performance center in Seattle. Originally a Church of Christ, Scientist, the terra-cotta clad building was constructed from 1916-1922. It functioned as a church until 1998, when Town Hall bought it. The building sports a unique central dome complete with a decorative oculus to match the large art-glass windows in the Great Hall. A renovation to supply HVAC, easier ADA access, new restrooms, and seismic stabilization meant big changes to architectural and entertainment lighting in the venue. Making sure the upgrade happened smoothly was handled by an all-star team of designers, contractors, and a variety of ETC gear. Read the whole story here.
“It has a historic flavor and now it looks stunning. I wanted to have a large number of zones, so the users could reconfigure things if they needed to. I also wanted to make sure it was easy to train the users on the system. I wanted all the bells and whistles of a good architectural controls system. With ETC I got everything I was looking for.” – Lucrecia Blanco, Blanca Designs
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