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ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS – Miami, Florida
When the Adrienne Arsht Center was exploring the renovation of their fixed signage kiosks throughout their outdoor campus, they called upon TALASKE to conduct a programming study and early schematic design of an outdoor digital signage system. The goal was to eliminate the need for printing large format posters for each of the many existing signs, and create a more engaging and informative signage system whose content can be quickly and frequently updated. Custom, dual-sided, vandal-resistant ‘totems’ were conceived, including fixed wayfinding signage, HD video displays, integrated air conditioning and networked software for central control. Cost: $5,000 (for study only). Completion: 2015.
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SAN DIEGO CIVIC THEATRE – San Diego, California
The San Diego Civic Theatre was in need of a new digital menu board system throughout the theatre lobby to serve the concession stands, bars and merchandise sales area. TALASKE provided a programming study to determine the potential screen sizes and locations, architectural integration, software options for content programming, and an initial cost estimate. Cost: $4,000 (for study only) Completion: 2015.
AUDIO AND VIDEO: TALASKE

BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
At this large, multi-venue performance venue, Talaske is designing state of the art audio and video systems throughout. New systems include interactive wayfinding and information kiosks, digital signage, video walls, immersive architectural video projection, high-performance sound systems, technical communication systems for staff, and fiber-optic systems for high-bandwidth uplinks. Cost: $50M. Completion: 2014.
ACOUSTICS, AUDIO AND VIDEO: TALASKE
ARCHITECT: Wilson Butler Architects
THEATRE CONSULTANT: Fisher Dachs Associates

CONGREGATION B’NAI JEHOSHUA BETH ELOHIM – Deerfield, Illinois
This project, an adaptive reuse and addition to an office building to be used as a new worship and community events facility, includes a 600-seat sanctuary and 1,000-seat multipurpose hall. TALASKE designed audio and video systems for the sanctuary, the social hall, village center and support systems, including sound reinforcement, video projection systems, audio and video recording systems, and internet streaming services. The firm also provided the congregation with Acoustics Peer Review services. Cost: $12M. Completion: 2009 (excluding the future Sanctuary buildout).
ACOUSTICS, AUDIO AND VIDEO: TALASKE
ARCHITECT: Finegold Alexander + Associates

VILLAGE HALL OF LISLE – Lisle, Illinois
The new Village Hall includes updated cable broadcast capabilities used for Village Board meetings, recorded programs and community bulletins. Audio and video design of the new boardroom and executive session conference room integrated state-of-the-art technologies and concepts, from remote-controlled cameras to digital video post-production and DVD authoring systems. Cost: $18M. Completion: 2003.
AUDIO AND VIDEO: TALASKE
ARCHITECT: Williams Architects, Ltd.

WTTW-TV STUDIO D – Chicago, Illinois
The mission of this public television station is to help Chicagoans connect with all that the city has to offer, using television, radio, print, internet and events. Studio D provided the station with a new studio and associated audio monitoring room and video control room. Cost: $3M. Completion: 1996.
ACOUSTICS: TALASKE
ARCHITECT: Harold R. Lutz and Associates

WFLD FOX TV STUDIO – Chicago, Illinois
A new audio monitoring room required an upgrade to room finishes to accommodate accurate monitoring of the sound track. Cost: $10,000. Completion: 1995.
ACOUSTICS: TALASKE

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