More stories about Acoustics

  • Queens Theatre

    Queens, N.Y. / Caples Jefferson Architects

  • Interactive Exhibition Marries Music to Architecture

    The second, Manhattan-based edition of the five-part stillspotting nyc series combines music and architecture to explore the relationship between space and sounds.

  • Reclaimed Beauty

    This California home owes much of its rustic good looks to reclaimed materials.

  • Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel

    Duncan G. Stroik combined careful craftsmanship and several architectural influences to create this traditional chapel on the Thomas Aquinas College campus.

  • shell game

    The transformation of this 1905 New Haven, Conn., fire station into a live, work, and play space was all about shells.

  • private tudor estate, san francisco bay area

    Jury members knew the moment they laid eyes on this renovation of a 1929 Tudor-style estate that its update was especially sensitive and skillful.

  • special forces

    Gypsum wallboard is one of the unsung heroes of the architectural world. It's lightweight, easy to install, and adapts to almost any design. Best of all, it's economical. No wonder, then, that wallboard is used in almost all new construction single- and m

  • standardizing multiroom audio

  • quiet time

    It goes without saying that doing an attached multifamily project is a world apart from designing a custom home. After taming site conditions, an architect must tackle such key issues as structure and energy. Less obvious but equally important: noise transmission, a consideration that has become...