By optimising or redesigning the space with the perspective of sound, improve productivity in offices, concentration in schools, functionality and safety in public facilities, and sales in shopping malls.
How we behave is often influenced subconsciously by the soundscape of where we are. If the soundscape is not properly designed, it means there is room for improvement.
What proper soundscape is depends on the place or situation. For example, fast food restaurants need to have a noisy soundscape which does not make people stay in the place for a long time. On the other hand, shopping malls need to have a relaxing soundscape which makes people stay in the place longer and leads them to sales increase. In public facilities, announcements must be conveyed clearly in the event of emergency.
From the acoustic perspective, I will help you improve your space.