In part three of our series on holistic architecture, we focus on building design for optimal acoustics.

This series from Norseal considers the planning process for architects as a holistic approach, in order to best plan for meeting building regulations and creating comfortable, practical and visually appealing architecture that is also safe.

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This is part two of our five-part series on holistic architecture. Here, we discuss the link between fire safety construction and the visual appearance of buildings. Upcoming posts will look at acoustic properties, weather-proofing, air flow and smart systems in building design.

In this instalment, we’ll consider fire safety as a starting point for architects, and offer methods for integrating fire safety features into decisions in a building’s initial blueprints.

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