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The Journal of Sonic Studies
Journal of Sonic Studies, volume 6, nr. 1 (January 2014)Marie Højlund; Sofie Kinch: ALARMING ATMOSPHERES - EMBODIED SOUND HABITUATION AS DESIGN STRATEGY IN A NEURO-INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

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1 Examples of Danish companies working with healing architecture: Art: Sonovision (http://www.sonovision.dk/); Healing music: Musicure (http://www.musicure.com/); SoundFocus (http://www.soundfocus.dk/index_en.html); Designed light: ChromaViso (http://www.chromaviso.com/uk/); Solutors (http://solutors.com/service-menu/english/).

Marie Højlund is a composer and sound artist currently undertaking a PhD in Audio Design at The Department of Aesthetics and Communication at Aarhus University, Denmark. In her practice based research Marie is particularly interested in exploring different strategies to create dynamic atmospheres with sound integrated into the physical environment or placed as sounding installations in the open public space.

Sofie Kinch is an architect and industrial PhD Fellow at Aarhus School of Architecture and the Alexandra Institute Ltd., Denmark. In her research, Sofie is particularly interested in the notion of designing for changing atmospheres within the field of Interaction Design and derives her research results through practice-based design approach.