The purpose of this paper is to propose an experimental design methodology for global active noise control in an enclosed space. We aim to control the noise caused by an internal noise source. Since each enclosed space has different acoustic characteristics, it is difficult to design different controllers suitable for each enclosed space. So, we decided to design a controller that could be used universally. The basic concept is the collocation of noise source and control speakers to generate a sound field opposite in phase to the noise source in a free field. For implementation of the proposed method, we propose a configuration method of control speakers and error microphones, and an active noise control algorithm. Also, to confirm the applicability of the proposed method, we design a controller in an anechoic chamber, which represents a free field condition, and perform active noise control in other enclosed spaces with the controller designed for the anechoic chamber. The experimental results show that the solution calculated in the free field condition can be used in other enclosed spaces without any modifications.