This event has been canceled due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are planning to reschedule this event for a later date and will update you once we have more information. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility during this unprecedented time.
About This CEU
This seminar aims to educate designers, architects and facility managers about the need
to consider acoustics at the start of a project—providing information that will help them
convince their clients.
During the session, attendees will be exposed to a mix of typical background noises to
experience, from an evolutionary perspective, the positive as well as negative effects on
their mental health and physical well-being. This will serve as a basis to better work
around those different sound exposures and thus create a working climate in which
workers will feel more comfortable and closer to nature. Acoustics will no longer be an
The objectives of this session are manifold:
• Attendees will gain insights and a better understanding of the importance
and impact of sound in a daily working environment. The instructor will
share tips and tricks on how sound can be mastered and balanced with
examples from different case studies.
• Additionally, attendees will be motivated to introduce more biophilic and
biometric designs, recognizing how these can contribute to creating better
• Finally, attendees will be equipped to create a perfect ’sound frame’ for
quiet and happier workspaces.
Date: April 23, 2020
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Location: Interior Resources Group | 1444 Oak Lawn Ave., Suite 301 | Dallas, TX 75207
Hosted By: BuzziSpace, Ratcliff + Associates, and Interior Resources Group
Instructor: Daniel Verlooven
IDCEC code: 12-00002214
AIA code: CEU-10022
The CEU is also HSW accredited. The code is the same as AIA.