Why should screen always be on shorter wall?


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I believe that there is a certain amount on blackout on the front 3 m and ceiling. There’s a lot of panelling as well and sconces but I think you can get away with a lot in a room that large and it’s designed as an ostentatious auditorium rather than a bat cave. Whilst I’m sure there are some mega impressive rooms elsewhere, having read the case study I’m not sure even billionaires would approach the level of care and attention in that room for the style.

That cinema is drop dead gorgeous. Thanks for that.

Its in a different class to anything I've seen in a while.. wow.

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