|Re: dining room design (was Re: no to dinner music)||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sharon Villines (sharonvillinesprodigy.net)|
|Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 10:16:40 -0700 (MST)|
> I got to thinking about Michael Donovan's remark about background > music in restaurants, many of which seat many more people than many > coho dining rooms. What's different about the restaurants? Music in restaurants is _intended_ to cut down on transmission of conversations between tables. People cannot hear very far. The reason I would go to a common mean would be to talk to people. Otherwise I would fill my lunch box and take it back to my unit. Thus I do not want music. I also don't go to restaurants that have live music and rarely go to ones with recorded music. And I often ask that it be turned down so I can talk to whomever I'm with or read in peace. Sharon -- Sharon Villines In Washington, DC where all roads lead to Casablanca Takoma Village Cohousing http://www.takomavillage.org http://www.cohousing.org
dining room design (was Re: no to dinner music) Ed_Stauff, December 11 2000
- Re: dining room design (was Re: no to dinner music) Jan De Kenis, December 11 2000
- Re: dining room design (was Re: no to dinner music) Sharon Villines, December 11 2000
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