Keeping acoustics in mind is a sound way to design
We rarely describe architecture in terms of sound. It is as if this sense has no bearing on experience of the buildings we produce. Yet the new robust (over-designed and clumsy) details that are confusing construction suggest that sound has a major bearing on our enjoyment of architecture; a case of regulations highlighting the problem but, unfortunately, offering the wrong solution.
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