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AKA Design furniture chosen for Abbey Roads three new studio spaces plus mix room refurb Posted: 30/05/2017
Following the successful installation of an Avid S6 desk for Giles Martin, AKA Design technical furniture was chosen for Abbey Road Studios' three brand new studio spaces the biggest transformation since the studios opened in 1931 plus a refurb of Studio 52.
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AKA Design furnishes new ENVY Advertising facility Posted: 27/09/2016
AKA Design has designed, built and installed all technical furniture in ENVY's latest building in Mortimer Street, London, which opened in early September. The building - approximately 12,000 sq. ft. in size - has been redesigned around a central networked hub and will predominantly be used by ENVY Advertising. AKA created the technical furniture for all the rooms, including a Baselight grading suite, Baselight Assist, five Flame Premium suites and all offline suites, each with ENVY's new logo engraved into the desks. The Mortimer Street building also has a Dolby Atmos premix studio and three Pro Tools sound studios with Avid S6 mixing desks, with a large producers' desk and new reception desk too.
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AKA Design Launch YouTube Promotional Video Posted: 22/02/2011
AKA's new Promo video for 2011. This short two minute film features both custom and product furniture and gives an insightful overview of the services we provide for the broadcast, post production, editing and television industries.
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tenthree expands for twentyten Posted: 28/01/2010
tenthree is a vibrant, new editing facility in the heart of London's Soho. Having first opened its doors in Tottenham Court Road last year, it recently moved to more centrally located premises in Newburgh Street.
 
Billy Mead, owner of tenthree, originally commissioned AKA to design two offline editing desks but having now taken on the whole building will be adding another two suites and large reception area, making a total of four offline editing suites.
 
The editing and reception furniture has been designed to complement the original features in this interesting Victorian building. The combination of new and old lends a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere to these studio spaces.
 
Billy Mead says, "Expanding a facility to meet demand is always a stressful process, but AKA have been excellent in designing and scheduling this project while keeping existing suites operational throughout."
 

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M-Desk Technical furniture chosen for Madeley Academy Posted: 26/01/2010
Altered Images, one of Britain's leading resellers of technology for the television production and corporate communications sectors, has chosen Custom Consoles' to design and supply a large video and audio control room at Madeley Academy in Telford, Shropshire. Based on the M-Desk Technical series, the desk consists of a 6 metre wide inline structure with an integral 3 metre wide side-facing work position at each end.

"The M Desk-Technical range provided the right mix of design flexibility to match our design parameters plus the freedom to incorporate customised elements specific to this installation," comments Altered Image Company Director Stuart Turner. "The desk is configured for use by up to five operators handling (from left) sound control, production monitoring, lighting control, vision mixing and editing. A triple-bay desktop equipment pod is located at the left and right corners, each pod providing room for twelve 19 inch rack-mounting equipment modules. The left pod doubles as a raised platform for a 32 inch video monitor screen and the right pod supports three PC monitors mounted on Ergotron adjustable arms. Two additional PC monitors are mounted directly to the desktop. Two 13 U equipment bay are located from floor to desk level in the left and right corners respectively and an additional technical equipment housing is provided at the far right. The sound mixer and lighting controllers are free-standing on the desktop, following normal practice, and the vision mixing panel is recessed into the desk in front of the right-hand equipment pod."

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