Architectures of Sound

Interactive Tours of Georgia Tech’s Living Building

Students in this Serve-Learn-Sustain-affiliated course created 13 interactive tours that examine equity through sound and aural architecture in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.

Their tours feature the sound recordings they produced for the “Architectures of Sound” Collection on the Sonic Dictionary, a public digital archive created and directed by Mary Caton Lingold to foster sonic literacy. They also feature images from the 360-degree tour of the Kendeda Building, an app developed by the Network Dynamics Lab in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech.

Select a tour from the menu above and click the colored hot spots on each building section or plan to find out more about Georgia Tech’s participation in the Living Building Challenge.

View of the KBISD from the Eco Commons

View of the Kendeda Building from the Eco Commons / Miller Hull Partnership