Acoustics for Found Spaces Part II

  |  April 2, 2019

Berkeley Museum

Quite often during the programming of a new performance space or production area, the inclusion of acoustic design can mean that the intended space will offer additional flexibility. And while the amount of reverberation and sound isolation within a classroom, assembly hall or black-box theater will determine its target application, there is no denying that... Read More

The Hottest Trends in the Design of School Acoustics

  |  October 17, 2018

Acoustic Design in Classroom

Many of the basic building blocks of exceptional acoustic design in classrooms have not changed since the 1960’s. But recent advances in building science, classroom configuration, and materials are changing the way architects and builders approach sound in the classroom. It used to be thought that you had to use heavy masonry construction to create... Read More

Acoustic Design in K-12 Music Classrooms

  |  May 14, 2018

If there’s one type of classroom where acoustic design should be a top priority, it’s undeniably the music classroom. Bringing an acoustic consultant on board at the beginning of the project allows the architect to receive valuable insight early on in the process. A well-designed space for student musicians begins with determining what the room... Read More