Jayraj Pratap Mistry
Ar. Sulakshana Bhanushali, Ar. Prerna Thacker, Ar. Tushar Shetty
Ar. Sulakshana Bhanushali, , Ar. Prerna Thacker , Ar. Tushar Shetty
Understanding the need of the spaces and the acoustic needs of the spaces , first the levels has been raised as we move away from the board for the clear sight view and clear hearing levels at each point .the arrangement of the students are done in compact seating to minimize the distance by providing the advantage of reduced volume and increasing the acoustic experience of the room along with the recessed false ceiling.
Thus at the end of the room , the buffer space acts as a barriers during the lectures due to window curtains , furniture and creates an buffer space .
The side walls are having the absorption values so that the reverberation of the sound does not takes place.the front wall of the room are having the reflected surface so that the sound can reflect and travel to the maximum distance while the ceiling has both reflection and absorption values to balance out the acoustic standards of the room.
Thus from reflection to absorption, different materials are used across the room to create an acoustically good room .nence the 8mm acoustic panels are suspended from the ceiling through hanger wire and attached to the metal grid and as well they are cladded to the walls on the wooden battens .