Good architecture and interior design appeals to all the senses. Therefore, the relationship between sound and design is a critical facet to consider when creating a space. Your intentions for the space will certainly shape how you will approach the design of sound whether that is through the choice of arrangement of spaces, interior finishes, types of furnishings and equipment, etc.
Good architecture and interior design appeals to all the senses.
At our Home Office, located in Marion, IL, we chose to utilize Acoustic Panels to aid in the sound design of our space. Acoustic Panels are multifunctional as they may be utilized as tack boards, wall art, and sound absorbing instruments. The primary function of the panels was to reduce echo and reverberation within the space that contained a majority of hard surfaces. This was a fun, functional, and stylish way to transform the sound within our office.