Having a serious issue with mechanical vibration in my home (I call it "mechanical" because its nature is not from sound, but rather from some sort of a device - for clear image whats happening, please refer this question - tried almost all ways as suggested there, with no obvious effect). And I need to sleep ASAP...
In other words - I need to create a very isolate bed environment. Rebuilding floor is not an option. Need something what I can add up to the current state of the apartment. Probably most radical way (construction wise) could possible be to create a second floor (for bed area only), attaching it to the walls (by making holes in walls).
But the actual idea I am looking for - is hanging bed. The question here - would it work? Could someone do some calculations whatsoever, to get a better picture of what result that could bring? F.ex. I imagine, for some level of vibration, some vibration force could endup making bed to swing (what sounds as a less damaging effect to me, while at sleep). Also, maybe there is a chance for vibration to exhaust while traveling via that construction?
Could someone please give some advice?
Now thought of maybe a better design. See image below. Idea - to place next to walls (to the right and to the left of the bed) some solid material (like very solid wood, metal etc.) which then is jointed via the ceiling. And attaching ropes to hang a bed. In this design, I really think vibration would not travel to the bed.
Anyone could please comment this? You help is needed so much, people...