Many historic or monumental environments, often used for seminars, conventions, assemblies or other initiatives in which the quality of listening is of primary importance, are characterized by acoustic conditions not suitable for such destinations, as a result of high reverberation noise, and their use is therefore strongly penalized.
The improvement and adaptation of the acoustic response of these environments through passive techniques of surface coating or addition of sound-absorbing materials are often made difficult by the presence of historical, artistic or structural constraints.
In the seminar both traditional solutions, with little impact on the forms and on the appearance of these environments, both advanced techniques of “sound” through sound diffusion systems characterized by power and directivity specifically calibrated for the case in question will be described. The seminar runs from h 9.00 CET to h 12.30 CET.
The seminar is organized within the framework of the single-cycle degree course in Architecture.
The participation of external auditors is subject to verification of the limits of capacity of the classroom according to the COVID emergency distancing rules and to the possession of the Green Pass.
Location: Aula 1 ‐ plesso di Santa Verdiana, Scuola di Architettura - Piazza Ghiberti, Firenze
Organisation Responsible: University of Florence
Contact: Simone Secchi, at email@example.com
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