ICE Design provides integrated consulting engineering services in acoustics, electroacoustics and audio-visual facilities.  We specialise in designing environments and technical solutions that support human comfort and speech intelligibility in critical communication situations.

Courts and Parliaments are complex acoustic spaces, in which the users have hugely important needs that must be accommodated if the process of justice and governance is to be optimally implemented.  For too long, critical listening needs have been trivialised by acoustic and sound system design practitioners.


ICE Design appointed for the National Library Auditorium Refurbishment, New Zealand. June 2016

The auditorium is a key facility to support growing demand for the National Library’s public programme activities and long-term exhibition featuring the nation’s most precious and iconic documents.  […]

Justice Without Barriers: Technology for Greater Access to Justice Conference, 21-22 May 2015, Brisbane

Together with several industry partners, ICE Design has successfully demonstrated the distributed courtroom concept in Bribane’s Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law building.  Using modified telepresence equipment across […]

Court Architecture Executive Research Tour in New York and Montreal in May 2013

ICE Design is pleased to be invited to be a contributing participant at Court Architecture Executive Research Tour in New York and Montreal in May 2013. The week-long event […]

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