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Foyer National Opera & Ballet is renewed

The foyer of the National Opera & Ballet in Amsterdam has been refurbished by architects Dam&Partners in collaboration with designer […]

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Fifth edition of Acoustics for Audiologists

The fifth edition of the Dutch course Acoustics for Audiologists (‘Akoestiek voor Audiologen in Opleiding’) will take place at Echo […]

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Renovation De Voorste Venne in Drunen completed

De Voorste Venne has been renovated and reopened last month. The renovation of the 5.800 m2 building lasted one-and-half years, in […]

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Scaffolding in front of façade Felix Meritis removed

The monumental building of Felix Meritis, situated at the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam and in ownership of investment company Amerborgh since […]

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Exposition tower in Milan and library in Qatar opened

Last month saw the opening of two buildings by OMA, of which Level Acoustics & Vibration was the acoustic consultant. […]

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Opening Lab City Paris with special roof

Lab City in Paris has opened its doors at the start of the academic year of 2017-2018. The building houses […]

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Publication revised SBR-guideline A

The Dutch guidelines for the assessment of building vibration are compiled by SBR (Stichting BouwResearch).  The three main guidelines exist since […]

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Relaxation of noise standards for old ships

In 2014-2015, Level Acoustics & Vibration was part of a research team that investigated how to deal with noise exposure on old ships […]

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PhD title for Remy Wenmaekers for research about acoustics and noise load of musicians

Remy Wenmaekers has defended his PhD thesis ‘Stage acoustics and sound exposure in performance and rehearsal spaces for orchestras Methods for physical […]

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