At Kenyon and Kenyon’s Washington, DC office, Cerami redesigned the multi-purpose room to be divisible into two sections. This required that the AV design be flexible in order to accommodate various set-ups. The room(s) will most frequently be used for audioconferencing. Cerami specified table microphones with echo cancellation, noise reduction, and audio processing. Whether the room is configured as one large room, or as two divided rooms, the technology was set up so that each person could clearly hear whoever was speaking. When the room is divided into two sections, both rooms can be used for audio or video conferencing simultaneously without distracting the people in the other section.
At Kenyon and Kenyon’s New York office, Cerami designed a multi-purpose room that is divisible into three sections. The most important aspect of the design for this project was to improve the audio system in order to ensure that each person participating in an audio-conference could hear and be heard. The system Cerami designed achieved this goal, while also being flexible and easy to use.