Acoustical Design for Today’s Buildings CEU

Where: Vision on 15th || 116 15th St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

When: Wednesday, 9/20, 2:00-2:45pm


Have you heard a great building lately? How someone experiences a building relies on the experience of all senses including sense of hearing. As soon as someone or something makes a sound, the acoustic design becomes evident. Poor architectural acoustics can negatively affect building occupants’ concentration, comprehension, confidentiality, healing, and/or learning. By contrast, good sound qualities can add drama, vibrancy, and energy, enhancing the occupant experience. Join us to explore the many options available today that help architects design for acoustics without compromising their design vision.

Lauren Pataky
Lauren Pataky, Sales Executive at Armstrong Ceilings
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