The difference between a symphony and cacophony isn’t always the musicians on stage. Improving the sound quality of a concert hall — whether it is a school auditorium or Lincoln Center in New York — can set any performance apart.
At ASI Architectural, we have published a series of articles detailing the attractiveness and functionality of wood ceiling and wall solutions for both aesthetics and acoustics. As the architectural and design community returns to natural elements such as wood on
If you’ve ever found yourself marveling over how great a room sounds, chances are, it didn’t sound that great by accident. It was designed that way. Rooms where large crowds gather, performances are held, or loud work gets done require
Just as clothing styles, musical tastes, and technology change over time, so does architecture. Over the last 3,000 years, while accented by flourishes here and there, there have largely been noticeable shifts in architectural thought at several key junctures. For
When it comes to the design of a commercial or common space, aesthetics is one of most important components. An environment with a crisp and innovative design can entice patrons and guests to spend more time in the space, and
As much as our tastes have changed and evolved over the years, some things never change. Our love for wood as a building material is one of them. Modern developers have shifted toward cheaper building materials like drywall and composite
The Rise of Bamboo as a Premium Architectural Material Wood is one of the most historically reliable and beautiful architectural materials on the planet
One of the most ancient construction materials is still the most effective and beautiful: wood. Various types of wood with different colors, grain patterns, hardness levels, thicknesses, and sonic properties can serve practically limitless purposes when it comes to outfitting