Project Distortion 2.0

Research area
Digital Formations
Research Project
CITA: Martin Tamke, Brady Peters, Stig Anton Nielsen, Lisa Uhlmann, Krydsrum Arkitekter: Niels Jakubiak Andersen, Hasse Selvig Sandell, Dave Stasiuk
Akustikmiljø: Patric Gustafson, Magnus Gustafsson

A research collaboration between CITA , Krydsrum Arkitekter and Akustikmiljö.
The Distortion 2.0 project is the result of collaboration between researchers, architects and industrial partners. The endeavour is to create new interfaces between acoustical science and the build environment by integrating sound performance, design and production.

The combination of customized design solutions, computerbased acoustic simulation, parametric modelling techniques and the experience in high end materials and digital production technology allowed the creation of two spaces with specifically tuned acoustic performance. Their sonic and aesthetic sensations can be directly experienced.

The project challenges the way acoustics are generally thought. Where this is often either a narrow performance solution or even afterthought the project showcases a way to think  and create sound and architecture at the same time.

Peters, B., Tamke, M., Anton Nielsen, S., Vestbjerg Andersen, S., Haase, M. (2011) Responsive Acoustic Surfaces: Computing Sonic Effects, RESPECTING FRAGILE PLACES [29th eCAADe Conference Proceedings / ISBN 978-9-4912070-1-3], University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture (Slovenia) 21-24 September 2011, pp.819-828 .

Sofia Eriksson, Sofia (2012) "Arkitektur + Akustik".

Article in Arkustikmiljø

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