Aria Group on CBS This Morning
It’s no secret that sound makes a huge impact on the dining experience, yet many restaurants don’t adequately address acoustic design. Typically, sound levels are only noticed when they aren’t appropriate for the setting. Aria Group’s designers keep acoustics top of mind. Acoustic design is especially important in energetic dining areas where many conversations happen at once.
Vince Gerasole of CBS 2 Chicago interviewed Caitlin Hubbs, a Senior Designer at Aria Group. During the interview, they spoke about Aria’s unique & aesthetically appropriate sound-absorbing solutions for Limitless Coffee. Caitlin explained the design solutions implemented to improve sound levels in the space.
The CBS This Morning Show featured the segment on Wednesday, May 8th, 2019. You can catch the full segment here.
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