In Rotterdam, Holland there is a three‐story apartment house, about one block long, with forty‐eight apartments. Except for a noticeable difference in types of windows, the general construction appears orthodox. But this building is a large, realistic field laboratory for studying the best possible methods of quieting and heating apartment buildings. Construction details differ from apartment to apartment. Each wall and each floor is, in effect, a test panel.

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