Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow’s Public Spaces

Posted By Gudy Herder / August 19, 2020 / 0 Comments

We already shared that acoustic design is having its momentum inside and outside our homes. But where is the limit of noise acceptance? According to experts, noise levels in office spaces where conceptual work is carried out should not exceed 55 decibels.

Here goes a list of different decibel scenarios so you get the chance to classify a noise range:

10 dB- Quiet breathing

20 dB- Library

30 dB- Light traffic

40 dB- Conversation

50 dB- Group of persons

60 dB- Demonstration

70 dB- Motorcycle

80 dB- Train

90 dB- Heavy traffic

100 dB- Electric drill

110 dB- Concert

120 dB- Aircraft engine

130 dB- Take-off of an aircraft

 

Spanish design company Sancal rescues this design by Lesur & Venot originally launched in 2014 and awarded back then with the Hermès Award For Best Author Design. This slender and organic furniture is fixed to the wall waiting for someone to lean and crawl in searching for a pause, moment of quietness within crowded public spaces, or busy office environments.

 

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

Privacy, Rest, and Acoustic Protection For Tomorrow's Public Spaces | Eclectic Trends

 

 

 

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