A small selection of current ALN Acoustic Design projects and previous project experience
Masterplan proposals are being developed for the redevelopment of a 4.2Ha area adjacent to the Custom House Elizabeth Line Station to provide approximately 700-900 new homes, commercial workspace, community use and healthcare facilities. ALN Acoustic Design is advising on environmental noise, including the impacts of aircraft noise from London City Airport.
This historic West End theatre is currently undergoing a refubishment, including the replacement of its main HVAC systems. ALN Acoustic Design is providing advice on noise control to maintain optimal acoustic conditions within the auditorium and meet stringent planning requirements.
Carlton & Granville Centres
This project will see the redevelopment of an existing site in South Kilburn to provide a community event space, a new nursery, workspace, and 18 residential units. ALN Acoustic Design is appointed to provide full acoustic design duties. Planning permission was granted in 2020.
Camley Street Natural Park Visitor Centre
A new visitor centre is to be built for this inner-city nature reserve next to Kings Cross, which will include classroom and studio spaces, plus a small café. ALN Acoustic Design was appointed to advise on room acoustics and internal sound insulation. Due for completion in 2020.
ALN Acoustic Design advised on the refurbishment and extension of this live music venue and nightclub in south London. The work included providing improved building envelope sound insulation to contain sound breakout and reduce disturbance to the neighbours. Completed in 2017.
British Museum – World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre
Five pavilions were built to house research laboratories, conservation studios and a new gallery space for major exhibitions. While working at Bickerdike Allen Partners, Arthur Lewis-Nunes carried out the structural vibration modelling and analysis to assess the dynamic response of the buildings. Completed in 2014.
Newcastle Theatre Royal
Arthur Lewis-Nunes provided acoustic design advice in relation to the restoration of this Grade 1 listed Victorian theatre while working at Max Fordham LLP. The work included extensive acoustic benchmark testing and computer simulations and modelling. Completed in 2011.