Max Dixon is an independent consultant in town planning, noise and soundscapes, experienced in regeneration, urban design, environmental analysis and policy development, including the role of the arts in city design and management. He advised on city futures scenarios for the 21st century thematic area of Expo2000 in Hannover. From 2000 to 2009, he was responsible at the Greater London Authority for the first citywide noise strategy in the UK, the Mayor of London’s ‘Sounder City’, which was widely welcomed for its pioneering role in supporting moves from conventional, reactive noise abatement to positive soundscape design and management. Current activities include promoting integration of the aural across all disciplines concerned with design and management of space, such as through COST Action TD0804.
appearance at Tuned City
Imagine a Tuned Future / 10.07.11