Date of Submission

Spring 5-4-2018

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Architecture

Department

Architecture

Primary Advisor

Bronne Dytoc

Secondary Advisor

Marietta Monaghan

Abstract

This project studies the distinct patterns of sound created by specific activities on our day to day lives. Ways in which these sounds travel and impact the receptor will directly influence how this project performs and reacts to a given source's stimuli. Once this is understood, the environment of the final proposal will be more easily manipulated into a reflective and absorptive form which molds itself in order to provide more adequate clarity to its audience. This flexible form is applied as an interior skin for a travelling theater supplying a myriad of performing arts and musical acts as determined by a client. All portions of this travelling theater shall be constructed as a kit of parts which can be assembled and disassembled on site in a given arrangement according to the intended acoustic program. Through configuring the supporting structure and interior skin, this proposal seeks to be adaptable to numerous sonorous environments from concerts to lectures and even social functions.

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