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Sound based investigations of urban futures



At an early stage of the construction and planning of the research facilities MAX IV and ESS at Brunnshög, several sound based investigations and interventions were performed in the area. Methods such as collective speech, urban broadcasting of perceived potential, and sound based simulations were used to capture the hopes, fears and expectations connected to Lund’s current urban expansion. The investigations captured somewhat blurred associations to a communicated coherent vision of the future.


Sandra Kopljar

Sandra Kopljar

Sandra is an Architect and Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Architecture and Built Environment, LTH-Lund University. Kopljar’s research interest revolves around sustainable urban development, and design processes connected to design professionals’ methodology and pedagogy. These themes are investigated in relation to design, in artistic research, and in research about the handling of everyday actions and strategies in relation to the built environment.