Sustainable Acoustics have teamed up with Terrell Architecture in response to an invitation from Winchester Science Centre to create a sound exhibit.
Last month, Rockfon assembled some of the top names in acoustics to discuss the prevailing audible topics influencing today’s architecture.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan launches his vision for London to become a 24-hour global city, understanding the need to balance noise and vibrancy for residents, and paving the way for the capital to become a trailblazing city at night.
Achieving Silver in the National Green Impact Awards
The Institute has a working group focusing on the replacement of the Noise Council (now dissolved) Code of Practice for Pubs and Clubs from 2003.
Update from Peter Rogers who sits on the Institute of Acoustics Council, and is Chair of the Parliamentary Liaison Group
The House of Lords Select Committee on the Licensing Act 2003 released its report yesterday suggesting a potential 'amalgamation of licensing and planning committees trialled over a small but representative sample of local authorities over perhaps 2 years'.
On 4th April 2017, the House of Lords Select Committee, concerning the Licensing Act 2003, will report on it's findings, which it is believed will provide serious cause for thought for the future direction and relationship between licensing and planning.
What impact does traffic noise have on the quality of life, health and development of children? These were the three main questions at the centre of the NORAH Study.
Evelyn Glennie is an award-winning percussionist. She is also profoundly deaf and uses her body as a resonating chamber.