Thinking the Environment Aurally. An Enactive Approach to Auditory-Architectural Research and Design is a lecture that was given by Alex Arteaga on July 19 2014 in the Architecture and Urban Planning section of Invisible Places, a conference on sound urbanism and the sense of place.
The lecture was structured in two parts. The first introduced the most relevant concepts of the enactive approach to cognition implemented by the Auditory Architecture Research Unit in the auditory research and design of the environment. The second part outlined the research and design practice of auditory mapping, which was also developed by this research unit.

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