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Worship Spaces: 751–1000 Seats

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Worship Space Acoustics

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Temple Israel is a Reform synagogue located on a 14-acre parcel in Omaha, NE. The Sanctuary, which seats 900, expresses itself to the exterior via luminous material in the upper portion of the room that glows like a beacon in the park. The building also features a Community Court, a 125-seat Chapel, a large Social Hall, and a range of other public and support spaces.

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Bradley, D.T., Ryherd, E.E., Ronsse, L.M. (2016). Worship Spaces: 751–1000 Seats. In: Bradley, D., Ryherd, E., Ronsse, L. (eds) Worship Space Acoustics. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-3097-5_5

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