Application: Cafeteria

Adding the warmth of wood combined with excellent acoustical performance Rondolo ceiling panels finished in walnut natural wood veneer are an ideal choice for the high-end offices of Federal Home Loan Bank in NYC.

Micro-perforated Rondolo panels achieve Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) levels of up to 0.95, which helps mitigate noise and deliver great acoustics throughout the hallways and meeting spaces. Micro-perforations virtually disappear at a distance providing the aesthetic of a solid wood panel.

Rondolo panels are suspended using fully accessible Ceilencio grid, complete with factory attached designed returns for added depth and curved on the corners to hold the fluid shape of the ceiling.


Claro Ceilencio custom acoustical panels with built-up returns are seen throughout the newly renovated Terminal 3 of the Pearson International Airport in Toronto, ON. The 4″ and 3″ curved built-up returns visually add depth to the ceiling and conceal the suspension. The panels brighten up the space by reflecting light, have high noise absorption properties and eliminate echoing delivering a pleasant and stress-free environment inside the airport. In addition, both products attain Class A fire rating, making them a safe and reliable choice for all applications.


A range of Decoustics’ acoustical products merge together to create a dynamic office space for one of the largest and most experienced global private equity firms, Advent International. The Boston-based Headquarters required to uphold the highest caliber in design and function to reflect the company and its prominent culture. Visnick & Caulfield architects captured their vision and developed a complex design that tells the story of not only Advent, but also the historic building that houses this bustling workplace.

Decoustics helped define the character and feel of every room. Inside the cafeteria Ceilencio Solo-M panels with Design Returns hold the fluid shape and add depth to the ceiling, while the contrasting, rich, natural Walnut wood veneer finish makes the space feel warm and inviting. Throughout the hallways the custom colored Ceilencio Solo-M ceiling panels create clean lines and fill the space with light; and inside the boardroom this ceiling system is beautifully complemented with LED lights that are integrated into the grid. The LED Ceilencio suspension allows for 100% downward accessibility to the plenum while making ceiling installation quick and easy.

The executive boardroom is outfitted with translucent, LED backlit LightFrame ceiling, which delivers even illumination and excellent acoustical performance. Reaching NRC levels of up to 0.9 LightFrame panels eliminate echoes inside the room while increasing the quality and clarity of speech.

The combination of Decoustics acoustical products delivered the modern office design with high acoustical performance. Our customization capabilities and wide range of products made specifying a breeze and the installation process quick and easy, while achieving all of the project’s objectives.

 


Restaurant with wood ceiling

The newly relocated Union Square Café has opened its doors after almost a year. Situated near Gramercy Park in Manhattan, NY, this unique space attracts audiences of all tastes and backgrounds and is cherished for its quirky character and comfortable charm. Rockwell Group architects were tasked with preserving the familiarity of the original restaurant, but imagining something brand new and more spacious. Decoustics mini-perforated acoustical wooden Fori panels were chosen to outfit the upstairs bar and various dining areas inside the cafe. While the deep American Black Walnut Fori panels were an excellent choice to compliment this space and set the mood, they also have high noise reduction property and allow for a pleasant conversational environment inside the cafe.


Dynamic abstract Claro ceiling with light strips inside White & Case law offices

Sprawling across top nine levels of a tower in Midtown’s Rockefeller Center in New York, the new White and Case Law Offices are a testament to quality and commitment. HOK Architects and HYL Architecture left no detail overlooked crafting every inch of this 440,000 sqf contemporary office space. “It’s a feeling of being made, not manufactured,” HOK senior principal Tom Polucci says.

Adding character to each room Decoustics custom-engineered ceilings are seen throughout the hallways, offices, collaboration areas, fitness facilities and the cafeteria. Manufactured for a precise fit Decoustics’ custom stained Solo M and Claro® acoustical products absorb noise and traveling sounds delivering utmost privacy where it matters most.

All ceiling panels are integrated into Ceilencio suspension system and leave the plenum fully accessible:

– The cafeteria features custom-shaped Claro finished in Claro Standard White

– The hallways and collaboration rooms feature FSC® C020536 certified, fully grooved Solo Type 32 panels with design returns finished in anigre natural wood veneer

– Main staircase, fitness room and elevator lobby feature custom-colored, fully grooved Solo Type 16 panels

– Adding warmth to the the rest of the meeting rooms are FSC® C020536 certified, fully grooved Solo Type 16 panels finished in white oak, European oak and white ash natural wood veneers


Adding the warmth of wood, Decoustics’ Type 32 Solo Planks in caramelized bamboo veneer are an excellent solution to achieving the top acoustical performance in a full auditorium and a busy café at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The sounds are effectively absorbed by the fleece attached to the back of the perforated Solo P panels, creating a cozy and relaxing atmosphere.


Restaurant with white fabric dome ceiling

Custom curved 2” thick fiberglass panels wrapped in acoustical fabric and mounted in a custom curved aluminum suspension system are installed seamlessly into Statoil’s headquarters in Stavanger, Norway. LINK Arkitektur, architects based out of Norway, specified Decoustics products for installation into the space, and Byggmester Sagan successfully installed the panels so that they masterfully mimic the curve of the dome. The outcome is a spectacular dome ceiling that is an architectural statement within Statoil’s headquarters.


Cafeteria qith white cloud nuvola ceiling

Restaurant with printed fabric ceiling

Conceived by Chef/Owner Michael Schlow and designed by David Manfredi of Elkus-Manfredi Architects, Tico is a new and exciting style of restaurant; American at its core, yet influenced by Schlow’s travels and love for Spain, Mexico and South America. Decoustics digitally-printed fabric panels on the ceiling ensure that the noises are absorbed and deliver a pleasant eating experience. The fabric patterns are matched to create a large-format design and add vibrance to this space.


cafeteria with fabric ceiling