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Peter Philippe Weiss & Ramon De Marco

Peter Philippe Weiss & Ramon De Marco

http://www.corporate-sound.com

Wattstr. 4, Basel, Switzerland
Peter Philippe Weiss, Author, sound designer, composer and innovator of corporate sound, works as an artist, designer and consultant. He is lecturer at various universities and colleges as well as a juror for the Red Dot Design Award. Ramon De Marco, works as an electronic musician and artist and has created various audio installations. Currently he is teaching at various universities.

Sound Thinking 4.0


How Sound will tune future architecture

Sound Thinking 4.0


How Sound will tune future architecture
A future way to think and handle sound in architecture - with acoustics, materiality and sound design.
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Sound in architecture is yet just acoustics in architecture: building acoustics (sound insulation towards the outside) and rarely room acoustics (sound reflection in a room). The effect of sound inside architecture and in its environment is highly underestimated. The spatial sound experience affects the emotional and mental quality of the relationship between human and architecture.

Questions like: how can materiality of walls and floors be used as active elements of sound experience? How can acoustics support the emotional and mental behavior and sensation of human in space? How can sound design and multi channel sound technology ‘tune’ and invigorate the space with subtle chords and soundscapes - like the interaction of artificial light with daylight?

Sound Thinking 4.0 is an invitation to an advanced sound awareness. It’s an invitation to tune spaces like a music instrument - manifesting and designing the invisible emotional and mental spaces of future architecture.

Sound Thinking 4.0


How Sound will tune future architecture

Sound Thinking 4.0


How Sound will tune future architecture
A future way to think and handle sound in architecture - with acoustics, materiality and sound design.
File under

Sound in architecture is yet just acoustics in architecture: building acoustics (sound insulation towards the outside) and rarely room acoustics (sound reflection in a room). The effect of sound inside architecture and in its environment is highly underestimated. The spatial sound experience affects the emotional and mental quality of the relationship between human and architecture.

Questions like: how can materiality of walls and floors be used as active elements of sound experience? How can acoustics support the emotional and mental behavior and sensation of human in space? How can sound design and multi channel sound technology ‘tune’ and invigorate the space with subtle chords and soundscapes - like the interaction of artificial light with daylight?

Sound Thinking 4.0 is an invitation to an advanced sound awareness. It’s an invitation to tune spaces like a music instrument - manifesting and designing the invisible emotional and mental spaces of future architecture.


Idea by

Peter Philippe Weiss & Ramon De Marco
Peter Philippe Weiss & Ramon De Marco
Wattstr. 4
Basel
Switzerland
Peter Philippe Weiss, Author, sound designer, composer and innovator of corporate sound, works as an artist, designer and consultant. He is lecturer at various universities and colleges as well as a juror for the Red Dot Design Award. Ramon De Marco, works as an electronic musician and artist and has created various audio installations. Currently he is teaching at various universities.