ACOUSTICS + ARCHITECTURE
The acoustic study becomes an acoustic project when it reaches the stage of execution and blends in with the general project documentation.
ARQUISON is a brand specialized in acoustic consulting services in all types of spaces, creating personalized solutions for each situation and moment with a strong presence during the construction process as a distinctive and quality value.
- Rehearsal room
- Production / Mixing Room
- Dubbing room
- Living place
- Music school
ARQUISON was formed in Valencia (Spain) in 2004 by a group of architects specialized in architectural and environmental acoustics. They had the common objective of offering projects that combined the best acoustic properties with constructive and aesthetic values. In our work we add acoustics and architecture in equal measure.
ARQUISON offers architectural and acoustic engineering services, providing solutions that address sound propagation, speech intelligibility, and music enhancement, as well as designing options to mitigate noise within the built environment.
We are not trying to sell a product, we are selling our experience and knowledge and we will use this experience and knowledge to choose from a wide variety of options and products to recommend the best solution to suit the specific needs of each customer.
1997 - FIRST COLLABORATION Palace of Fine Arts of Altea, Alicante.
2001 - TITLE as an architect specializing in building from the Polytechnic University of Valencia.
2002 - FIRST ACOUSTIC PROJECT Segorbe Auditorium (Castellón)
2004 - ARQUISON ARQUISON is created
2004 - INTERNATIONAL AUDITORIUM OF TORREVIEJA 1300 viewers
2010 - BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC - CAMPUS VALENCIA
2012 - 'LA NAU' AUDITORY THEATER OF DENIA
EVENTS / NEWS / OPINIONS
Second Prize Casa Bernal - Pobla de Vallbona
MARES DE MIEL (Alejandro Sanz) - Wind section recorded at Jazztone Studios (Sebastián Laverde)
Second Prize La Casa de La Música -Ibiza-
BERKLEE VALENCIA. Academic Area Acoustics. Design by ARQUISON.
The El Teular de Cocentaina Cultural Center already has an acoustic shell.