SIGNAL-ORIENTED ACOUSTIC REFORM
Noise functions as a byproduct of architecture and urbanism within a larger framework of sound as (spatial) territory, both public and private. Some noises are pollution while others—signals—provide critical data about our surroundings, suggesting environmental sound control should focus on filtering signals to produce a highly tuned transondent soundscape of clarified signals.
Please check out my architecture thesis group at the California College of the Arts.
I have also posted my portfolio here (under the header).