Produced by Acoustic Blinds & Curtains
March 21st, 2023
More than just an nuisance, noise pollution has significant public health implications, including reduced cognitive performance, increased levels of cardiovascular disease, and reductions in quality of life.
And with urbanisation and population growth – this problem is sure to increase with serious implications on the way that we live, learn and work.
This session considers the ways that architects can help with the issue of noise pollution. Our speakers identify the scale of the problem, outline the regulations associated with noise abatement, and identify the various noise reduction solutions available and how to specify these.
In particular, they point out the ways that a new category of products, acoustic blinds and curtains, can help architects and specifiers solve the problem of noise pollution.
By the end of this session, you should be able to:
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