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Ambience formers in built environment : an experimentation with sound and motion

Résumé : The visual dimension of space tends to erase other sensory dimensions (like sound for example) in our culture of design although they are so important in everyday life. To make more operative all the senses that architecture involves, our researches and experimentations investigate sensory approaches of urban ambience in a phenomenal and ecological direction. This direction of research get back to the experience of objects and spaces in usual conditions. In this paper, after a short “flashback” about our laboratory, I will show an experimental research, which have particularly explored the relationships between sound and motion.
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Grégoire Chelkoff. Ambience formers in built environment : an experimentation with sound and motion. Sensory urbanism proceedings 2008. Glasgow, January 8th-9th 2008, 2008, Unknown, United Kingdom. pp.38-46. ⟨hal-00993618⟩

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