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Acoustic Luminaire Design

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Acoustic Luminaire Design

Acoustic Luminaire Design is a specialised field within the scope of design. It refers to the creation of luminaires, which are products that contain lighting elements, from the perspective of acoustic engineering. Acoustic Luminaire Design takes into account both the visual and acoustic qualities of the product, bringing together artistry, craftsmanship and engineering. The design process involves considering the acoustic properties of the luminaire, such as sound absorption, reverberation and noise reduction, as well as the visual aspects, such as the shape, size, colour and materials of the luminaire. Acoustic Luminaire Design is intended to create a product that is both pleasing to the eye and acoustically functional.

Acoustic Lighting, Sound Absorption, Reverberation Reduction.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Acoustic Luminaire Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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