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Autori: Oberman, Tin; Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci, Bojana; Rukavina, Marko
Naslov: Soundscape Concepts in Urbanism
Izvornik: Conference on Sound, Media and the Environment "The Global Composition" : abstracts / Breitsameter, Sabine ; Soller-Eckert, Claudia (ur.). - Dieburg : Hochschule Darmstadt ; Fachbereich Media , 2012. 345-347 (ISBN: 978-3-00-038817-0).
Skup: Conference on Sound, Media and the Environment "The Global Composition"
Mjesto i datum: Dieburg, Njemačka, 25.-28.07.2012.
Ključne riječi: soundscape design objectives ; urban sonotope
Sažetak:
Soundscape theory, the system conceived by R.M. Schafer and carried on by growing number of researches, appears as an interdisciplinary platform. Sonotopes can cover significant areas of urban landscape and are inevitably influenced by urban design and planning. Noise mitigation isn’t the only topic that bonds soundscape related issues to urban planning and design. The design of the built environment rarely includes the positive aspect of the sound phenomenon. The aim of this research is to detect principles which could help to establish sound-conscious theory and practice in urbanism. Several different approaches to the spatial aspect of sound and the aural aspect of space have been discussed and key concepts extrapolated. During the research on the experience of urban landscape arose the importance of observing the temporal aspect as well as the spatial one. Urban sonotope is discussed as an important concept. Sensory (i.e. aural) experience of the urban landscape is an important aspect of its identity. The model of prominence based on figure-background relationships applied to the distinction between material and nonmaterial elements could work as a link for composing aural and spatial urban designs. In recent years the interest in both auditory spatial experience and the design of the auditory space has been increased. Soundscape can either enrich the spatial experience or degrade it as well as urban design can enhance or degrade the auditory space. Therefore emerges the need for the holistic interdisciplinary approach. Soundscape theory offers comprehensive tools for incorporating complex relations between sound and space into urban design and planning disciplines.In recent years the interest in both auditory spatial experience and the design of the auditory space has been increased. Soundscape can either enrich the spatial experience or degrade it as well as urban design can enhance or degrade the auditory space. Therefore emerges the need for the holistic interdisciplinary approach. Soundscape theory offers comprehensive tools for incorporating complex relations between sound and space into urban design and planning disciplines.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Poster
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Nema recenziju
Projekt / tema: 054-0543089-2967
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Arhitektura i urbanizam
Upisao u CROSBI: toberman@arhitekt.hr (toberman@arhitekt.hr), 2. Kol. 2012. u 23:32 sati



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