Presented by Arts Centre Melbourne, Audio Architecture was a 24hr Design Camp and Talks program for students of architecture, art and design. Curated by the Office for Good Design, the program brought together leading architects, sound designers, musicians and artists to contemplate how we can use sound to make better spaces. Audio Architecture marked the re-opening of Hamer Hall, celebrating this new meeting point for sound, architecture and design. The program included a diversity of voices and experiences to give participants a new sense of the value of sound. This online pinboard documents the conversations, activities and outcomes of the camp and talks program. The goal is to provide a lasting resource for anyone interested in acoustics and architecture.
- 1. 24hr Design Camp