Notre collaborateur Romain Dumoulin a récemment été de passage à Radio-Canada pour discuter de l’impact de l’hiver sur le paysage sonore de Montréal.
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Head over to Perspectives at the New Cities Foundation to see:
a summary of our November, 2016 workshop written by team members Daniel Steele and Christine Kerrigan.
Special thanks to all of our workshop organizers: Catherine Guastavino (principal investigator, McGill University), Romain Dumoulin (acoustician and demo lead), Kaisa Tikkanen (Goethe-Institut Montréal), Marthe Boucher (City of Montréal).
This is a guest post by Dr Jochen Steffens, Postdoctoral Researcher from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany.
I was pleased to accept an invitation from Sounds in the City to speak at their workshop on the potential of water sounds to improve soundscape quality in urban environments. In particular, I was excited to interact with practitioners who might have the potential and creativity to immediately realize some of my ideas based on my research with water features in the urban context.
Want to learn more about soundscapes and how they apply to the city? Here are two recent, well written articles we recommend.
10 Questions on soundscapes of the built environment
Jian Kang, Francesco Aletta, Truls Gjestland, … Lisa Lavia
Built Environment, vol. 108, November 2016, pp. 284-294
Considering sound in planning and designing public spaces
Edda Bild, Matt Koler, Karin Pfeffer, Luca Bertolini
Journal of Planning Literature, vol. 31, no. 4, 2016, pp. 419–434