Draw your building
You can load a DXF as a template
Assign materials
Choose the materials from the catalog or create your own ones
Specify requirements
Describe the limits regarding your local building code
Façade insulation
Assign the façade shape and the incident noise spectrum
Check the 3D model
You can erase slabs and make double height rooms, elevator shafts..
Calculate
Get all the acoustic insulation levels in a couple of seconds

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Chris Dilworth

A visual way of dealing with big and complex projects

SONarchitect provides a reliable and straightforward way of assessing in detail the sound insulation performance of separating and external constructions. This is particularly beneficial in larger buildings, where it allows for comprehensive appraisal of even the most complex layouts. The graphical output is extremely valuable in the context of client/design team liaison and it is also ideal for demonstrating compliance with a variety of popular building rating standards.

Chris Dilworth

Director of Acoustics

AWN Consulting

Can you solve all the acoustic insulation levels in a building? Can you tell whether the acoustic insulation levels are OK in every room?  Could you optimize the acoustic insulation? How long would it take?

Assessing large buildings is not an acoustic problem anymore - we have created the tool allowing you to concentrate on pure acoustic performance.

The working philosophy is simple: SONarchitect has 6 working modes. Complete these six simple stages and get your results.

Just sketch the plan of every different floor in the building, optionally using a template from a DXF file.

You do not have to tell SONarchitect which are rooms and how, it will automatically detect every room as you draw. Every line becomes a wall, every cross a junction, and every closed shape a new room.

Aid tools allow you to draw normals, specific angles and lengths, ortho lines, and the sticky cursor will help you with clean shapes and correct junctions, also between different floors.

A 3D model of your building is created, where you can verify the geometry of your building, and also virtualize some of the slabs to get complex volumic geometries.

The 3D model can be inspected at any moment during the drawing of the floor plans to asses the progress of the project. Floors having the same plan and building solutions are specified just by a repetition number that creates repeated floors in the 3D model.

At any time you can assign building solutions from the customizable database to any element in any floor. The building solutions can be changed at any time, before or after the computation of the acoustic insulation.

You can identify at any time the enclosures of any floor, and tell SONarchitect the use of each room in the building. This determines the aplicable legislation limits to verify the building compliance. Room identification and use can be changed at any time, before or after the computation, without any additional hassle.

Just press a button... and do not think you will have time for a cup of coffee!

In a couple of seconds you will get the sound insulation values in the entire building, which you will be able to explore room per room, with hints as to any potential troublesome location.

If you have compliance problems, you can go back to the drawing stage, or, more likely, to the material selection, and change whatever may be required. Getting the new results is every time just a matter of a couple of seconds.

Once you are satisfied with the acoustic performance of your building, just press a button, switch on the printer, and have ready your pen to sign the report.

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