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Question by homeros
Submitted on 10/8/2003
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what are the main architectural standarts related to the design of a concert hall?

Answer by Jimmy Wong
Submitted on 3/19/2004
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The architect should be responsible for the fire prevention, escape routes, interior design and project co-ordination of where the construction take place according to the code of practice of the local professional architects institutes/associations. The design of a concert hall is done by professional acousticians, not architects these days.


Answer by plums
Submitted on 11/6/2005
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Uou should look through your notes you lazy student


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