Dnipro Applied College of building and mounting technologies and architecture
In today's conditions and opportunities provided by the world, consideration of the problem of a barrier-free environment for people with disabilities requires… more
your visualization looks great. However, I would like to draw your attention to one invisible feature that is very important for home comfort.
It's the acoustics.
In every modern minimalist interior there are many reflective hard surfaces such as glass, concrete, washable floor and other. All hard surfaces reflect sound and that is the reason why any sound stay for long time in an interior. Echo (reverberation time, as I'm sure you've learned) is, simply - how long acoustic energy stays in an interior. Simply try it out by clapping your hands loudly in different spaces.
The echo makes the spoken word unintelligible, you tend to shout over yourself, raise your voice. The music is unlistenable, any noise from the outside is amplified.
My advice: The interior does not have to have the top acoustics of a recording studio, but the ratio of acoustically reflective and absorbing materials should be balanced. For example, our Silentmax acoustic panels are ecologically made from recycled PET, are non-flammable and fully certified for the EU. We can cut Silentmax, print it, cover it with a luxurious fabric such as, for example, brocade.
Looking forward to your feedback,
Dear David Piska,