Sound-Frameworks is being developed by Sven Anderson with a supervisory team led by John Bingham-Hall at Theatrum Mundi in London (UK). Theatrum Mundi is a centre for experimentation in the public culture of cities that expands the crafts of city-making through the arts that was founded by Richard Sennett in 2012. Sound-Frameworks includes partnerships with Arup (UK), UrbanIdentity (CH), Struer Kommune (DK), the University of Oxford Faculty of Music / SONCITIES (UK) and the Sound Studies Lab at the University of Copenhagen (DK). Find out more about the project team through the links below.

Sven Anderson | Theatrum Mundi | Arup | UrbanIdentity
Struer Kommune | SONCITIES | The Sound Studies Lab


Alongside Theatrum Mundi and Sound-Frameworks’ core partners, the project draws from an extensive network of researchers, artists, design practitioners and built environment professionals, who have contributed to the survey and interviews and equally served as advisors and proponents.


Sound-Frameworks is indebted to the generous support of its partners and participants, and to all of its supporters who share an enthusiasm for advocating for new methodologies of working with sound and listening in the design and planning of the public realm.


Sound-Frameworks has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101032632.