Acoustic Design

Acoustics design is there to ensure that room acoustics follow the standard values by taking acoustic criteria into account. Acoustic criteria normally include sound absorption (to prevent excessive reverberant sound, coving, noise and vibration control from the outside transferred into the room beyond the standard values.

AVL designs acoustic systems based on the room’s functions and operations that each room is intended to be used for. The design of acoustics is then developed by professional acoustics and interior designers to ensure the room acoustical properties fall into within an appropriate range of values. They work closely together to carry out a design that provides a perfect Reverberation Time (RT60), an appropriate Noise Criteria (NC), and a high Speech Transmission Index (STI) to get the best auditory quality.

In terms of the overall room’s atmosphere, AVL considers not only the acoustic criteria, but also the interior furnishing materials, which are essential to the beauty of the space design. As different materials influence the sound quality in different ways, AVL focuses on the design that combines science and arts such that our works are both well-designed and representing good acoustic criteria.


Design Input Analysis

Involves the process of receiving client’s requirements, and analyzing the needs associated with the operations to meet the client’s ways of working.

Concept Design

Create ideas and design cues that meet the objectives and requirements of the clients.

Design Review

Review and validate designs with the clients to reaffirm their requirements.

Design Change

Implement design control changes in order to increase client’s confidence in the changes made.