05 Sep Conversion Cinema Theatre
What is unique about it is not only the live performances that will happen within it, but the building itself. Made out of shipping containers, eco-friendly and functional.
Here is how to convert your container into a great home theatre space: Prepare the space A rectangular space is ideal for a media room because symmetrical areas are easier to soundproof. So, you can start by covering all the hard surfaces because they reflect sound, including the floor. This will prevent muddy dialogue and the amplification of sound effects. You can get the container carpeted and the furniture upholstered to absorb sound waves. Depending on your budget, you can install acoustic tiling to soundproof the walls, or simply hang thick drapes or paintings or set up a bookshelf to keep unwanted sound from bouncing around the space. The curtains and dimmer switches will help to increase contrast and reduce glare.
Some people believe that good entertainment space should be large enough to accommodate a huge TV and speakers, but size is not that big a factor. Actually, you can convert any space into a suitable home-theatre space by finding the right electronics and applying the appropriate space between your seat and the screen for the best video viewing.
The Container Cinema has a seating capacity of 100 seats with a separate projector room, Box office, Manager office, Canteen, and Toilets. Although the longevity of such structured theaters and bistros isn’t that much, they provide a recreational atmosphere even in their short utility timeframe. Cafes: Another brilliant usage of a recycled shipping container is that of coffee bars, providing much-needed caffeine sustenance to coffee-lovers. Hotels / Bars: Containers have also found great acceptance among the disco and pub-hopping crowd for their clever adaptation into the recreational avenue.