Instrumental Operations in the Urban Assemblage (2016)

Colin Ripley

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Two major developments in architectural thinking of the past decade: an emerging interest in atmospheric design, on the one hand, and developments in responsive architectures, on the other, have produced a fertile ground for responsive acoustic environments. After a brief discussion of recent projects by the author’s research group in which acoustic environments and their human occupants are considered to be components of a single system, the paper speculates regarding the potential impact of such systems on the contemporary urban environment.
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last modified13/01/2016
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published inJournal of Sonic Studies
portal issue11. Issue 11

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