The Kissinger Global Conference Room is a high-tech, media-based room for teleconferencing, meetings, presentations and discussions. It serves many purposes, including acting as the home for many of the Paley Center's Media Council industry dialogues.
The meeting layout includes a forty-person elliptical conference table with built-in teleconferencing, presentation technology with video projectors at each end of the room, a full room audio system, three state-of-the-art robotic ceiling cameras, and microphones for all forty positions at the conference table.
The lighting challenge was to provide high-quality video lighting without using unsightly studio fixtures. The solution involved wall washing, indirect light from the cove, and carefully placed accent lights that combined to provide the required illumination without discomfort to the meeting attendees.
Photography by Raeford Dwyer