Known as the "House of Welcoming Waters," Halepuna Waikiki is an oasis within the city of Honolulu. How did designers turn this urban hotel into a quiet, luxury retreat?
In recent years, new breakthroughs in acoustic materials have opened up fresh possibilities for cleanable acoustic surfaces. You no longer need to choose between clean and quiet. The latest sound-absorbing and sound-blocking materials are felt-free and wipeable for easy cleaning.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul airport needed a solution to control the noise produced by thousands of daily visitors in its most circulated route. Here's how they did it using SoundPly.
There's increasing pressure to return to the office, even as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in much of the United States. From a design perspective, what can employers do to keep their staff safe? We asked professionals in the industry to share their insights for modifying open office design for health and safety.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, much has changed. To help your firm consider how these changes will impact office design, we've compiled a list of questions to guide your next steps.
How did designer Jill Enomoto coax customers past the first floor coffee bar? With creative, uplifting design at its best.
SoundPly Acoustic Art Panels create a supportive environment for seniors in the emergency department of UC San Diego Health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.
When your restaurant's reputation takes a hit because it's too loud to enjoy a meal, you'll wish you had known about these 5 versatile acoustic solutions.
The MoMA is home to many of the world's great masterpieces, but it was their poor acoustics making headlines. Here’s how they silenced the noise and the critics.
Here's how one SoundPly product is helping the smallest babies have the greatest chance at a healthy future.
Learn how poorly designed architectural acoustics can have an impact on your guest experiences. Guest post written by Steve Titus for Aercoustics, reposted with his permission.
A saxophone and an abandoned oil depot come together to create an acoustic world record.
Need a good mid-day laugh? Check out this video for a hilarious surprise.
Anechoic and Reverberant Chambers lend themselves to unique noises. Click here to hear the acoustic difference.
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Navy Island is an architectural wood and acoustic product manufacturer in St. Paul, Minnesota.