How do you make an acoustic decision without hearing the difference?
The way Acoustic designs are communicated is changing. Auralisation allows key decision makers to hear design differences rather than relying on a written acoustic report.
Listening evokes emotion and promotes discussion among key stakeholders. It assists with rapid decision making and cost benefit analysis.
Join Cundall's Acoustic Principal, Chris Field who will demonstrate how listening to acoustic designs before they are built helps you make find the balance between client expectations, design performance and construction cost. Using real case studies, Chris will explain why certain design decisions were made and how getting those decisions right at the start will result in cost effective solutions that meet client needs.
This fun presentation will be followed by drinks and food.
Date Thursday 19 November 2015
Networking 6.15pm onwards
Venue Cundall, Level 1, 330 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 3000
To register please contact Lis Kennish - firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 3 9635 3700.
This seminar is also being held in Sydney - Click here for more information.