Urban Noise Design

Urban Noise Design

How can we create an auditory environment that promotes well-being?

Claudia Cukrov
  • 29 june 2010

The Economist’s ‘N.L.’ wrote an interesting piece on the idea of designing urban noise for the well-being of commuters.  As environmental noise is inevitable and necessary for safety reasons, N.L. suggests increasing the number or natural sounds within the urban landscape will promote a more positive emotional response from pedestrians.

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