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SoundScapeIssue 0228People might say that architecture does not produce sound, it cannot be heard. But neither does it radiate light yet it can be seen. We see the light it reflects and thereby gain an impression of form and material. In the same way we hear the sounds it reflects and they, too, give us an impression of form and materialSteen Eiler Rasmussen - Experiencing Architecture (1959) Cromatico by Lukas K├╝hne, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

Get involved with SoundScapeRegister here to receive your next issue of SoundScape ezineFor editorial opportunities email the editor at soundscape@noise-abatement.orgTo advertise in SoundScape email sales at soundscape@noise-abatement.orgWith a unique perspective on noise and its effects, SoundScape is teeming with insightful, intelligent features. Bringing into focus the complexity of sound and its infl uence and impact. It sheds light on society's perceptions and experiences of the aural landscape.SoundScape explores and assesses the power of sound in all areas, including:Building ? Community ? Creativity ? Education ? Environment ? Government ? Health ? Innovation ? Policy ? Research ? Science ? Technology ? Tranquility SoundScapewhere life sounds goodSoundScapeIssue 0229