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Boise, USA – Fantoni Group’s acoustic solutions fine-tune the vast spaces of JUMP, a mixed-use community centre in Boise.
Seattle – Developed with custom detection software, Maja Petrić’s We Are All Made of Light illustrates technology’s potential to unite a space’s audience.
London – Sonos took to a record store in London to show visitors, by way of sound layers and brainwaves, how difficult it actually is to bring now commonplace music to our ears.
London – Chance de Silva Architects and Scanner designed a residential house in London to explore the boundary between sound and architecture.
Vals, Italy – The human touches in the bespoke sound installation inside the sauna area of Silena, a hotel in South Tyrol, challenge the use of tech in the medium.
Venice – Chromo Sapiens, this year’s installation at the Icelandic Pavilion, has a technical lesson for artists and designers who want to create engaging aural spaces.
London – Chinese fast fashion retailer Urban Revivo recently opened its first store in Europe. To stand out, Domani proposed a very sound way of going global.
Milan – The new Symfonisk WiFi speakers, released during this Milan Design Week, are IKEA’s way of saying that freedom from urban noise should be a primary right.
Los Angeles – As adventurous style is part of the Farfetch DNA, the designers at Studiofibre outfitted the company’s new LA headquarters with bespoke sculptural soundbooths.
Copenhagen – From a more affordable version of the soundproof booth to textile paneling, here are three tweaks that open-plan workspaces can borrow.
Stockholm – Here’s something environmentally sound: Baux has just launched the world’s first 100-per-cent biodegradable sound-absorbent material.
Amsterdam – Often, the acoustic design and engineering of everyday environments goes unnoticed. Sound Materials highlights cases from the likes of OMA and i29.
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