Aercoustics has supported the design of educational buildings around the world. These projects have included primary to post-secondary schools, small renovations and large technical campuses.

We know that fostering collaboration and effective communication is very important to the success of academic projects – from arts to sciences to student life. Aercoustics’ approach is to provide sensitive acoustic solutions to help push the boundaries of space planning, facilitating student, researcher, and faculty interaction, sparking connection across disciplines. We accomplish this through team integration and building a comprehensive understanding of user priorities and performance standards. This approach is supported by sophisticated tools such as 3D acoustic modelling, as with Aercoustics’ work on Lazaridis Hall, pictured above.

We have had a great deal of success working with schools and faculties to deliver multifunctional teaching spaces. This includes the wired-in lecture halls for University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering, the student hub at Toronto Metropolitan University Student Learning Centre, and the performance space for the Greenwood College Expansion.

Revitalizing a Brutalist icon.

University of Toronto Robarts Library Reading Room

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Where Creator Sits • Brings Light

Manitou a bi Bii daziigae – Red River College Polytechnic

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It’s a lecture hall. It’s a recital hall. It’s both!

The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

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Keeping stacked classrooms quiet.

McMaster Living and Learning Centre

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Creating a destination for learning.

Toronto Metropolitan University Student Learning Centre

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Designing for dynamic arts education.

Toronto Metropolitan University School of Image Arts

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Waterfront learning.

George Brown Waterfront Campus

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Uniting the arts.

University of Toronto’s Centre for Civilizations, Cultures & Cities

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