31 Dec '13, 8pm

Jeff Fullerton provides some insight about #GoodAcoustics in this @Ecobldgpulse article

Sound is garnering greater importance and attention in architectural design, says Jeff Fullerton, a supervisory consultant in acoustics at Acentech in Cambridge, Mass. From a passing airplane overhead to rush-hour traffic on the street below to a coworker’s telephone conversation one cube over, good acoustical design can help ensure the comfort of the occupant. Money also plays a role, he says. “Successful acoustics make for the perception of higher quality [in residences], greater productivity [in work spaces and classrooms], and improved enjoyment [in restaurants and entertainment venues].”

Full article: http://www.ecobuildingpulse.com/insulation/sound-off.aspx...

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