A studio operates as a platform for trans-disciplinary research on the role and position of sounds and sound art in public urban space development. It is a design practice for counteracting planning situations where sonic awareness and sound design strategies are limited to noise control. Content driven process is used as the primary force for alternative sonic design strategies in physical or other manners. Rather than proposing one single design solution for the sonic environment of the area in question, a studio combines theory with practice to collect thoughts on multiple possible sonic approaches to urban design.