Living spaces, listening rooms, home theatres, and more
Most people spend a majority of their leisure time at home. Dining halls and bedrooms can have acoustic problems such as noise from the neighbours or echoes and reveberations within in a room.
Come and see how we acoustically treat everyday homes from bedrooms, dining halls, to home theatres.
Meeting rooms, work cubicles, open offices, and more
We spend a huge amount of our time at work in meeting rooms, tele-conference rooms, and individual work cubicles. Many of these spaces have bad acoustics, which leads to poor speech intelligibility.
Come and see how we solve these echo and reverberation problems found in many modern workplace, from meeting rooms to open concept offices.
Auditoriums, lecture theatres, sports hall, classrooms, and more
Students face myriads of acoustical problems in modern educational institutions and schools. Some of these learning facilities have echoes and reverberations exceeding tolerable levels, which result in poor learning performance among students.
Come and learn how we tackle these echo and reverberation issues prevalent in many auditoriums, lecture theatres, to everyday classrooms.
Hotels, cinemas, shopping malls, and event halls
The hospitality industry has to meet stringent requirements set by government or organizations, and ensuring good acoustics is one of them. Hotels have to meet minimum STC requirements and event halls have to achieve a targeted RT60 time.
Come and learn how developers and architects achieve these specifications for hotels, cinemas, and event halls.
RSP Architects Planners & Engineers