The stage was designed to reflect the sound towards the audience, whereas the other material treatments within the auditorium allow for diffusive and absorptive properties.
Diffusive wall tiles were designed and incorporated to improve acoustic performance of the mixed-use venue.
Visible above is the ceiling treatment: angled to reflect sound to the audience from the stage area showing both concealed and general lighting that filter throughout the space.
GT TOYOTA AUDITORIUM CASE STUDY
Team: Juancho Agoncillo, Stephanie Alimurung, Marc Terence Co, Myself, Abigail Pacho, Johanan Rodriguez
Status: Concept Done
The section represents studies and proposals developed for the acoustic redesign of the GT Toyota Auditorium in Diliman. Attention was given to the acoistic design calculations, material finishes and geometries of the space in the design effort to produce acoustically-effective spaces that can flexibly accommodate varying uses and activity requirements.
Showing proposed acoustic design interventions. An alternate design for the ceiling was also proposed to rid the space above the angled boards seen above.