Architectural Acoustics

architectural acoustics

Architectural Room Acoustics – Acoustic Design

Architectural Acoustics covers a wide range of products and materials used for building construction projects or building refurbishment to improve the sound insulation within a room or an open area. Sound insulation is critical in the design of room acoustics in both new buildings and refurbishment projects.

It is important to discuss acoustic requirements at the planning stage of your project as all too often builders and architects will contact us when already on site… typically resulting in having to undertake remedial work pre completion.

 

Need support with your latest project? We can help!

Noiseair uses the latest Odeon® acoustics software enabling us to simulate and measure the interior acoustics of any building, invaluable for any architect when calling up for the correct specification and quantities of acoustic insulation and reverberation materials. 

We can demonstrate using a 3D-model and recommended acoustic materials where wall room insulation or the level of reverberance can be predicted, illustrated and listened to. Call us now to discuss your requirements on 0116 2725908

 

Using this software enables us to

  • Make simulations of acoustics using 3D models
  • Measure the acoustics in ‘real’ rooms
  • Accurate results
  • Listen to the acoustics in 3D computer models
  • Measure real room acoustics with a high level of accuracy

 

We can accurately predict acoustic materials for many applications including

  • Churches and places of worship
  • Classrooms
  • Open plan offices
  • Restaurants & Bars
  • Music studios
  • Industrial & Commercial Environments

3D model using Odeon® software that can be used to assist in the optimal design of room acoustics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Architectural Acoustics – Birmingham, Blackpool, Cheshire, Chester, Leicester, Leicestershire, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Northampton, Nottingham, Stoke on Trent, Stafford, Wrexham, Warrington, Coventry