Trinnov Audio, designer and manufacturer of reference audio processors, has announced the construction of its new global Headquarters in France.
Trinnov is celebrating its 20 year anniversary by releasing a series of very ambitious projects such as:
● Waveforming technology, which redefines low frequency reproduction and for the first time can eliminate room resonance completely.
● NOVA, the first product using a new hardware platform entirely designed by Trinnov.
In order to continue exploring at a larger scale uncharted territories of acoustics, signal processing, immersive sound and computer-based audio, among others, Trinnov Audio states that it needs a state-of-the-art facility.
The new headquarters is designed to stimulate creativity, teamwork and provide well-being for the Trinnov staff. The company boasts that its goal is to encourage scientific discoveries and the creation of innovative technologies and products by bringing together significant, cutting-edge resources.
A New Acoustic Innovation Center Near Paris
The facility will be built on one of the very last available land plots of the “Grand Paris” metro expansion project. After long and methodical research, Arnaud Laborie, CEO and co-founder of Trinnov Audio, found a pure gem, consisting of 5100m2 of unspoiled nature adjacent to a future mega metro train station that directly connects to the very center of Paris (21 min), CDG Airport (27 min) and 400m away from the highway.
Out of a total area of 4500m2, the facility will feature no less than 1000m2 of acoustic and listening spaces, including 450m2 of laboratories and 500m2 of showroom and training space.
Building Features Lab Space
● A full-size anechoic chamber of 8m x 8m x 8m.
● A passive variable acoustic room and critical listening room.
● An immersive sound and active acoustics lab.
● Many small acoustic and functional test rooms.
● Electronic labs and a prototyping workshop.
In addition, the R&D team will enjoy 550m2 of office space. The quality of the environment will benefit both the team and the work it accomplishes.
This building was conceived and co-designed by Trinnov and French architect firm GBL.