The original Holy Trinity Anglican Parish Church in Tauranga, New Zealand, was destroyed by fire in 1999, only to rise from the ashes four years later as a striking new structure of concrete and steel. The centerpiece of the new church complex is the 900-seat, semi-circular worship auditorium, where a stunning acoustical ceiling treatment (made with rare kauri wood salvaged from the old church) conceals a nearly invisible system of Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers. “It has a very ...
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