Perspectives on acoustics in environmental design



Title Perspectives on acoustics in environmental design
Author(s) Annabel J. Cohen, Angelo Campanella, Lynne Marshall, Christin Grant
Journal Journal of Architectural and Planning Research
Date 1987
Volume 4
Start page 162
End page 179
Abstract Reviews the significance of acoustics in environmental design, noting that research on the office environment reveals that acoustics is a primary source of dissatisfaction. Problems of the hearing impaired are discussed, and design suggestions are offered. The significance of acoustic images, memories, and perceptions is also considered.

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