Acoustic

Timber Acoustic Performance
Timber Acoustic Performance
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A building’s acoustic performance is a critical consideration in its design, operation, and construction, to benefit its future occupants and their wellbeing.
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Timber Acoustic Regulations_Build_Principles
Timber Acoustic Regulations
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Building Acoustic Regulations require that occupants be “reasonably protected” from noise. Timber design can help achieve this requirement.
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Royal Academy of Music Theatre and new Recital Hall
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Two exceptional performance spaces, designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, have been seamlessly integrated into the Royal Academy of Music. Founded in 1822, the academy is Britain's oldest conservatoire and is housed on the edge of Regents Park in a Grade II listed historic building which has long been extended and...
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Introduction – Why choose timber?
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Learn the basic properties and qualities that timber has to offer, and some of the several different practical applications.
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Acoustic performance timber
Acoustic performance in residential timber frame developments
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Read the different regulations about acoustics that are to be considered when a new building is in development, how to design and to test them.
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