Understanding an urban area in transition as a constructible atmosphere of (sonic) vibrational possibilities, encourages a (re)vision of the role and position of sound and vibration in the design of future public railway park/places. By developing a (network) practice, building on the work of avant- garde artists, social professionals, urban researchers and designers, Caroline Claus carves out a planning perspective on (sonic) vibrational interactions of a railway space in transformation, as a step towards a critical sonic approach to urban transition.

The PhD-project (2017-2021) at the KU Leuven Department of Architecture is supervised by Prof. Dr. Burak Pak (Alt_Shift*/KU Leuven) and Peter Cusack (CRISAP/UAL). Assessors are Dr. Nicola Di Croce (IUAV) and Prof. Dr. Sven Sterken (KU Leuven).

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PLANNING & DESIGN

SITE SOUNDS