Architectural Acoustic design

By: KP Acoustics  03/04/2013
Keywords: Acoustics, acoustic, noise

Architectural acoustic design is an applied art, as it involves a number of factors which need to be balanced. In most cases these factors are a combination of the Client's aspirations, the Architect's point of view, the laws of acoustics, the current Guidances and the expected interior soundscape. Our objective in the acoustic design of a space is simple: Create an excellent acoustic identity by bespoke acoustic advice.

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