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Gehry Partner’s YOLA Center Brings Advanced Acoustics to a Former Bank
Located in a once-abandoned midcentury building, the repurposed rehearsal and performance center provides space for aspiring young musicians.
Echo’s Chambers Investigates Architecture’s Aural Dimension
A new volume charts the ever-changing relationship between architecture and acoustics from Borromini to Corbusier.
9 Sound-Controlling Elements that Blend In Like Never Before
These innovative acoustic products for new-era work spaces prove sound control can be chic.
The Reach at Kennedy Center Excels Where It Counts—Acoustics
Steven Holl Architects' detail-oriented way of thinking about acoustics is what makes the Reach, and the myriad spaces within it, so successful.
How the Vineyard-Style Concert Hall Took Over the World (and Changed How We Hear Music)
With its promise to make every seat great, the vineyard-style concert hall has proliferated. But this format is breathtakingly at odds with the spirit of the original vineyard halls.
This New Acoustical Lighting Product Spruces Up the Workplace with Space Age Flair
Silent Field 2.0, a new item from Artemide North America designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Laura Pessoni, aims to remedy the shortcomings of the open-office plan.
Legendary Musicians Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto Reflect On Using Philip Johnson’s Glass House As An Instrument
The Oscar-winning composer and famed German electronic music producer released an album of the performance earlier this year.
LMN Architects Creates Striking, Acoustically-Refined Spaces for the Voxman Music Building
Nearly a decade after severe flooding inundated the University of Iowa’s campus, its music department is reunited in a new building by LMN Architects that is both a technological and civic asset.