Spaces Speak, Are You Listening?
Experiencing Aural Architecture
By Barry Blesser and Linda-Ruth Salter
MIT Press © 2007
Resources for useful information:
Over the years, I have accumulated a collection of information that proved extremely useful in creating the concepts in aural architecture. As a service, I have listed a few that had a significant influence in my thinking. Even after 5 years of research, I am still finding relevant books and web sites.
Links to books use amazon.com for two reasons: (a) they provide extensive information about books and reviews, as well as providing the ability to browse portions of the book, and (b) they provide a very modest commission if you buy the book, which I will donate to a charity that supports the protection of hearing. Rather the buying these books, you are find them in a local library using the WorldCat service.
If you know of a relevant resource that should be included please send me an email message.
Links to non-profit organizations:
Suggested books relating to sound, acoustics, hearing, and architecture:
Non-Fictions books that proved very useful in my professional eduction:
Last Modified: 10 April 2008