Bonython Hall, the great hall of Australia’s University of Adelaide, was built in 1936 thanks to a donation from local dignitary, politician, and journalist, Sir Langdon Bonython. Sitting like a cathedral at the center of the University, Bonython Hall is a grand Gothic statement whose stone towers and arches, church-like windows, and exquisite interior panelling made it a worthy candidate for listed status—and a potential headache for audio installation companies. Used for a wide range of ...

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