I’m constantly learning. Being surrounded by incredibly talented and intelligent colleagues and clients exposes me to new ways of thinking about acoustics, music, and our built environment.
Kirsten Hull is a member of Acentech’s Architectural Acoustics group. She consults on projects with a wide range of programmatic needs which require acoustic sensitivity, but is most fond of those that directly support arts education. In addition to community performing arts centers and museums, her experience has included educational facilities at all levels. Whether for a local elementary school or a premier higher education music school complex, Kirsten is committed to providing a consistently high-quality and client-specific approach to acoustic design.
In her spare time, Kirsten can be found in her gardens or otherwise in the outdoors. When forced indoors, she is usually tinkering with a DIY project or brewing some homemade beer or tea. She enjoys experimenting with most instruments that come her way but is most fond of playing the euphonium.
- Acoustical Society of America, Member
- Robert B. Newman Award for Merit in Architectural Acoustics, 2016
- B.Arch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2016