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The Aeolian Sound Diffuser from Acoustics First creates a unique aesthetic while improving acoustics. The entire diffuser is asymmetric, with each edge designed to vary in height by less than the width between them, creating an implied symmetry.
The new VXL1 Series is compact and capable, along with its family of products, of delivering high sound quality in small commercial spaces, including churches.
The Clair TrueFit system is designed to reduce energy wasted on walls and effectively extend the stereo image over a greater audience area, for both modern and classic venues.
Church Designer interviews Earthworks Audio, a manufacturer that creates microphone products with house of worship specification and usage front of mind.
The premier rigid core locking floor is designed to hide subfloor imperfections and includes 12 new colors in an easy-to-install 56-inch by 9-inch format.
A look at gathering-space appropriate Usu, a four-legged stackable folding table from Howe.
A color-adjustable DMX luminaire is designed to be compact and easy to use, while delivering high-quality, full-color performance for $299.
Award-winning designers Charlie Patterson and Joe Ricchio of Ricchio Design developed the Oodle stool -- a bold, graphic form with multiple seating uses.