• Robert Irwin and James Turrell, Inside the Anechoic Chamber at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 1969

  • Julian Treasure, “Why Architects Need to Use Their Ears,” TED Edinburgh, Scotland, 2012

    'Due to poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals have trouble sleeping because they continually feel stressed. Julian Treasure sounds a call to action for designers to pay attention to the “invisible architecture” of sound.'

  • Rein Pirn, Spivey Hall at Clayton State University, Morrow, GA, 1988(via jaffe)

    "Spivey is considered one of the best recital halls in the country."

  • Polshek Partnership / Ennead Architects + Jaffe Acoustics, Axonometric of Seating Configurations of Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, NY, 2003

  • Polshek Partnership / Ennead Architects + Jaffe Acoustics, Plan of Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, NY, 2003

  • Polshek Partnership / Ennead Architects + Jaffe Acoustics, Interior of Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, NY, 2003

  • Alexander Sejnaes, Acoustic Room, Bergen School of Architecture, Bergen, Norway (via drawingarchitecture)