Consultation, Design and Install of cutting-edge Projector solution in listed building.

“DWM were very professional and did an excellent job

and we are very impressed with the new system,

particularly as it is very easy to use.”



Having worked for over 10 years with Westminster School, one of the foremost Independent schools in the UK, DWM were asked to help design and install an Audio Visual fit-out as part of refresh and re-imagining of the Adrian Boult lecture room, named after the famed conductor. Any Audio Visual equipment installed had to be sympathetic to the new building, which was incorporating existing elements from the old building such as walls and brickwork whilst building around them.

Westminster required a large projector screen, with an offset projector. A comfort monitor and aesthetically pleasing speakers were also required, which were all needed to be presented to the Architect for final review.


DWM installed a tab-tensioned projector screen which presented a large viewing area. The NEC laser projector specified was offset by the centre, due to existing beams which could not be utilised for mounting. DWM made use of lens shift to ensure, despite being off centre, the image the unit projected was square.

Bose column loudspeakers were used to ensure clear and crisp sound was heard throughout the space. The column loudspeakers were also slim enough to be mounted in an unobtrusive and aesthetically pleasing manner.

The LG comfort monitor allowed speakers notes and lines to be seen and read by the speakers, whilst still facing his audience. This was linked directly to the PC located on the custom-made and illuminated slimline lectern which allowed for full presentation and playback of any media source whilst still being clear and clutter free.