Medieval structure reworked to make acoustics sing

The Muziekcentrum De Bijloke is a concert hall located in a former medieval hospital in Ghent, Belgium. Originally constructed in the 13th century to provide medical care for travelers and the poor, the masonry structure with an elaborately detailed wooden roof has been used as a music venue since 1988. But the site suffered from poor acoustics because of its shape, says Ned Crowe, CEng, an associate acoustic consultant in the London office of the international engineering firm Arup. Other factors also contributed to a “real lack of intimacy” for the audience in terms of the concert experience, he

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