Video mini-series: acoustics and the future built environment.

We sat down with our Global Advisory Board (GAB) to ask them a series of questions centred around acoustics and the future built environment.

 

 

We’ve distilled these interviews into five bite-sized videos for your viewing, selecting a highlights reel of the best quotes and insights from our members.

The videos that make up this mini-series represent the first publicly-available stream of collective commentary from Acoufelt’s GAB members. ​

EPISODE 1 - CONSIDERATIONS FOR A POSITIVE INTERACTIVE SPACE

In episode 1, our Global Advisory Board members were asked ‘

What considerations should architects and designers factor into their plans to ensure human interaction with a space is positive?’.

Advisory Board Chair Michael Neale says “everybody’s experiences have changed radically as a result of COVID. People have started to do things differently because they were forced to. The biggest thing that we’ve discovered is that our workspaces, our living spaces and our learning spaces all need to be flexible…”.

EPISODE 2 - ACOUSTICS AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
EPISODE 3 - PLANNING SPACES FOR IDEAL SOUNDSCAPING
EPISODE 4 - WHAT DOES GOOD SOUNDSCAPING FEEL LIKE?
EPISODE 5 - PREDICTING FUTURE TRENDS & THEIR IMPACT

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