Acoustics is an area of design that is often neglected and equally often approached as some form of 'black art'. Here we explain how it should be incorporated into the design process to ensure conceptual aims are successfully achieved As far as acoustics are concerned, the conceptual aims of any development fall into two categories. The first is the perception of the acoustics of the completed development in the eyes (and ears) of its occupiers and visitors. Satisfying their needs can ...
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