The Architecture of Perception: 5 Spaces Designed to Stimulate Your Senses

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1940: A Bell Laboratories scientist performs an acoustic experiment in the Murray Hill Anechoic Chamber. The chamber was ‘anechoic,’ meaning ‘without echo,’ absorbing over 99.995% of the incident acoustic energy above 200 Hz. Large fiberglass wedges were mounted on the walls absorbed sound reflections.

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Lewis Baltz, Anechoic Chamber, France Telecom Laboratories | Lannion, France, 1989-91 | 2012 - kestnergesellschaft

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