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Void rises to the occasion at Tel Aviv’s Pop and Pope

Void rises to the occasion at Tel Aviv’s Pop and Pope

Void rises to the occasion at Tel Aviv’s Pop and Pope


A Void Acoustics system has been installed at the Pop and Pope in Tel Aviv. Pop and Pope is a new multi-purpose venue constructed as part of a prestigious new inner city urban renewal project. Sitting at the heart of the high-end complex, it encompasses a restaurant, bar and event space. Naturally, the desire to provide a high calibre environment for guests and diners includes the provision of state-of-the-art audio. To achieve this, the complex’ real-estate developer, Hagag Group, worked closely with audio specialist Kahane Group to supply an aesthetically pleasing and high quality sounding Void Acoustics installation.

Kahane Group has worked alongside Hagag Group on previous occasions, primarily on high-end domestic properties focussed on installing innovative smart home solutions. However, this is the first big audio project it has undertaken for Hagag in a commercial setting, and was a new and dynamic challenge for the teams. Pop and Pope occupies 2,200m2 of space across the 14th floor of Ha’arbaa Towers in the centre of Tel Aviv. With panoramic views across the city, it provides unparalleled high-class, sky-high hospitality for the residents and tourists of the city. The brief was to execute an audio installation reflecting the high calibre nature of the venue.

The audio specification includes a distributed system, reportedly providing not only aesthetically pleasing fixtures but a high-power output with a non-fatiguing sonic signature. The Airten, Airmotion, Air 8 and Venu 215 loudspeakers all feature and are supported by Bias Q2 amplifiers.

EMEA sales manager for Void Acoustics, Josh Pearce was delighted to support Kahane Group with the project. “The Kahane team are highly skilled and professional with great industry knowledge and experience. They have a wide network of contacts in the region and are very much the type of business partners we at Void like to work with.”

Audio consultant Alon Laski manages all major projects for the Kahane Group and enjoys an excellent working relationship with Void. “The design aesthetics of Void’s products ooze luxury and ‘newness’, so made them the perfect products to install into Pop and Pope,” he explained. “The venue layout provided some challenges and we had to be careful to position the fixtures to ensure smooth and even coverage of audio particularly for the dance area.”

The events space offers an adaptable space for a plethora of events including product launches, publicity events, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries and any other type of private event, so the audio installation needed to be multi-functional and adaptable. “We worked collaboratively with Alon and his team on the ground from the initial specification through to the installation to ensure the system was fit-for-purpose and could address all possible requirements,” furthered Pearce.

“The venue concept for Pop and Pope was born against the background of a global trend of opening entertainment and culinary centres at the heart of prestigious office towers in major cities around the world,” commented Pop and Pope CEO Yossi Shema. “An integral part of creating an atmosphere is acoustics, sound quality and of course the music that is played. I am confident we have achieved all of this in all senses through the installation of a complete Void Acoustics system which contributes to the overall experience for our guests. We really couldn’t be more thrilled.”

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