While we often interact with architecture in ways that tap into our main senses of sight, touch, smell, and hearing, the tools used to analyze buildings, such as drawings, models, and renderings, are often limited to examining designs as they relate to sight only. A University of Virginia architecture professor is out to change this by factoring in acoustics. A new digital project analyzes 13 iconic buildings to produce a visual, aural, and acoustic interpretation. How do these dimensions change the way we look at design? Read More