Case study: King’s Park Church, Glasgow
Project type – Installation
Client – King’s Park Church
Contracted to – King’s Park Church
Architect – N/A
Specialist consultant – Audio Light Systems Ltd
Value – £10K
Specification: Audio and induction loop systems
The parishioners at King’s Park Church, Glasgow weren’t satisfied with the lack of intelligibility and the unsightliness of the existing audio system.
The challenge for Audio Light Systems was to improve the sound intelligibility and replace the white trunking on brown brick installation with a more appropriate style suited to the church.
With an acoustic design form John MacDonald to work to, the biggest challenge facing the Audio Light Systems installation team was getting the speaker cable to the Evid speakers.
With great attention to detail and no cable route taken without thought for the aesthetics of the 1930s brick building, the outcome of the installation was met with great praise from the Rev Sandra Boyd and her parishioners. The result, a balanced, clear audio system with no cables visible in the main nave, while the curved shape of the Evid speakers blend suitably with the archways.