Exploring Acoustics in Biophilic Design
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 | 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Rapidly changing shifts in our society, such as urbanization and modern lifestyles, have resulted in the isolation of humans from our experiences with nature. Early research has shown that psychological effects of biophilic design on noise perception have a significant influence on well-being and health, such as focus, information retention, productivity, and creativity.

In this HSW-certified CEU presented by AOS + Frasch, learn how to identify the physiological and psychological effects of different soundscapes on people and ways to improve their physical environments through sound-absorbing materials, diffusion, geometry, ratio mix, and placement.

Food for thought! In addition to fueling your minds, we'll also be filling your bellies with refreshing drinks and delectable small bites. Please RSVP by end of day February 26th to save your seat!

Have any questions? Email [email protected].
Meet the Presenter
Karrie Laughlin is a sustainability enthusiast with nearly three decades of experience in the built environment. Her passion for sustainability, material intelligence, and great design has been the driving force behind her career. Now, as the A&D Business Development Manager at Frasch, Karrie is deeply involved in acoustic education to help the design community with acoustical knowledge and selecting proper solutions for any environment. She teaches multiple courses that are approved for a continuous education credit by the AIA and IDCEC.

Fräsch is a member company of Catalyst Acoustics Group, an industry leader as an acoustical solution provider.
AOS Showroom
400 Poydras Street, Suite 1700
New Orleans, LA 70130
Date & Time
February 28, 2024
4:00 - 6:00 PM
Course Title: Acoustics + The Modern Human: Sound Elements as Part of a Biophilic Design

HSW certified for:
LSBID: 22.926.24
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