Adaptation of coutyards into covered and glazed atriums and its impact on the level of acoustic comfort inside – case study

Bartłomiej Ziarko

Abstrakt

Increasingly popular, in the area of modernization or revitalization of historic buildings, is the creation of a roof that is often fully glazed over the inner courtyard, thus creating a new spacious interior capable of performing many functions. The acoustics evaluation undertaken in this article was carried out on the basis of measurements and simulation of reverberation time in The Home Army Museum building in Cracow

Słowa kluczowe: architecture, atrium, acoustics, architectural acoustics, room acoustics
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