Designers, architects and builders are turning to new materials to incorporate sound design into new and existing buildings. In homes, schools, and hospitals, eliminating outside sound is a priority. In concert halls, studios and classrooms, internal sound quality matters as much as soundproofing. In restaurants, airports and large concourses, sound muffling creates little islands of quiet where people can have conversations. New acoustic building products like soundproof wall panels and ceiling clouds make it possible to incorporate sound management and control into building design without sacrificing aesthetics.
Sound design for schools and hospitals