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Varia Packs a Punch at De Grote PostOostende, Belgium - August 2013... The Oostende Post Office, the only public building designed by famed Ghent architect Gaston Eysselinck, has been recognized as one of the finest architectural creations of Belgium's postwar period. In 1981 the modernist style building was granted status as a protected monument.
Jazz Middelheim Festival with Renkuz-Heinz IC LiveThis last weekend, Antwerp was soundtracked with the smoothest melodies...the annual Jazz Middelheim Festival surrounded Park den Brandt and Renkus-Heinz IC Live attended with success. 
Iconyx Delivers a Top-Down Approach for Two Aquatic CentersFor an audio professional, creating a sound system for a large aquatic center is not a simple task. The combination of high walls, corrugated metal roofs, and an abundance of concrete, glass, and water makes for an acoustical environment that is far from pretty, even before it's packed with noisy revelers.
Michigan's Berman Center Gets the Renkus-Heinz TreatmentThe Detroit suburb of West Bloomfield is known for its lush, rolling hills, palatial homes, and sense of community. And the Jewish Community Center is a local nexus, a sprawling campus offering athletic facilities, continuing education, a range of community outreach programs. The JCC is also home to the Berman Center for the Performing Arts, a newly-built 600-seat theater hosting a steady calendar of music, dance, performance, film festivals, and special events.
Sweden's Leading Cathedral Expands With IconyxLund Cathedral in Sweden, the country's oldest and largest church and which dates back to 1080, has expanded its permanently installed RHAON-equipped Iconyx digitally steerable system with the addition of a further IC16/8-R-II active array above its altar.
Iconyx Tames the Modern Art of Denver's Clyfford Still MuseumOne of the giants in post-WWII American painting, Clyfford Still dropped out of the commercial art world in 1951. When he died in 1980, he willed entire collection to an American city willing to create a permanent home for it.
Handing Down the History of the Casa Grande Ruins Less than an hour south of downtown Phoenix lies the Casa Grande Ruins, one of America's oldest prehistoric and cultural preserves. Built by the native peoples who farmed the Gila Valley in the early 13th century, the ruins include the remains of several ancient Hohokam structures, as well as elaborate irrigation systems. The largest of these structures is a massive four-story edifice whose adobe walls have withstood the harsh desert climate for more than 700 years
Iconyx Helps Renew Reno ChurchThe Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd built their first sanctuary in downtown Reno in 1951. Over the years the church's congregation has grown steadily, straining the limits of their small facility. Now, after more than 60 years the church has been rewarded with a new 500-seat worship center, directly adjacent to the original sanctuary.
The new facility is big, bright and airy, with an open feel and modern audio and video systems, including a pair of Iconyx IC Live digitally steered line array systems from Renkus-Heinz. As Scott Schmidt of Reno-based JC Productions explains, they were fortunate to have the room's acoustics working for, rather than against them. 
Bridgestone Technical Center Gets Great Sound with IconyxAkron, Ohio has a long and storied history as the heart of the US tire business. In April of 2012 the city celebrated that proud heritage with the grand opening of Bridgestone Americas' 260,000-square-foot worldwide technical center. The USD $100m research and development facility was designed by architects Harris/Day to exceed Gold LEED standards, and it shows. The building features wide, open spaces, a "living roof" with gardens and lounge areas, and plenty of natural light thanks to an abundance of glass throughout.
Iconyx Helps St. Joseph Parish Focus the MessageNeedham, MA, August 2012... St Joseph Parish has been a part of this community for more than 100 years, beginning with a humble wooden church in 1894 and expanding its campus over the years to include a convent, elementary and middle schools, and a range of ministries. In 1966, having outgrown its existing sanctuary, the church completed construction of their current building.
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