Design professionals' responsibilities include creating acoustically-friendly environments, but how can you do this effectively? You must consider acoustics in the design phase. Dedicating time and resources to acoustics in the design phase could make the difference between a space that looks good, but fails, and a space that looks good and functions as it was intended to.
Reduce costs: Correcting an acoustic issue after construction
is always more expensive.
Don't sacrifice aesthetics: Correcting an acoustic issue
after the design phase is not only costly but could compromise the
design concept and aesthetic value of your project.
Limit your liability: More often architects/designers
are being held accountable for acoustic issues not addressed in the
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