We are Auralcon.

In 1985, architectural acoustics was first applied when Wallace Sabine, a young Professor from Havard, was tasked to treat the Fogg Museum lecture room. Having successfully devised a method to acoustically treat the room, he applied the same knowledge to design the world famous Symphony Hall in Boston.

Auralcon is an acoustics research and development firm that use predictive modelling and data analytics to build better acoustical architecture. We design concert halls, auditoriums, and cinemas fulfilling ISO and ASTM standards. We believe in building better architecture through quantitative acoustics.