To make the room look like a real castle, AcousticSmart did custom-stamped concrete work with the family insignia in the concrete itself. To balance it out, they had to have a certain amount of absorption in the room to counteract it all, so they did an analysis and figured it out with an in-house acoustic program to achieve the optimal reverb time. They put various types of diffusion in locations where it was needed, and the room ended up balancing out quite nicely.

There’s a concession area on the left-hand side that has a Lord of The Rings image that the client supplied, which was not a high-res image. The team was able to take that image, put it into a program in the computer, and upgrade the resolution. And then it was illuminated from the back, so when you come into the concession area it glows and it lights up and looks super cool.