Volker von Baczko
Our lives today are urban. Increasingly, we live in artificial spaces. In human evolution, the period of time we live in enclosed spaces (today 90% of our time) is only a "blink of an eye" on the time axis.
Our senses are not conditioned for it.
Therefore, spaces where conditions close to nature are created are beneficial for our senses. One of our senses is the sense of hearing, which is the subject of room acoustics.
Room acoustics that are tailored to the location and activity avoid stress, promote concentration or communication, reduce errors and thus increase productivity.
As an interior designer, room acoustics is a matter of the heart for me. It is an opportunity to promote well-being and health. With early planning, aesthetics and acoustics can be combined.