Application: Cafeteria

cafeteria with fabric ceiling

Restaurant with curved white ceiling

Office with wood panels

Direct mounted on the wall using z-clips, Rondolo™ micro-perforated panels complete the overall natural look and add warmth to this cozy dining space. Finished in 5 different wood species: Maple, White Oak, Beech, Cherry and Walnut, the micro-perforated panels are manufactured from no-added Urea Formaldehyde (NAUF) building materials. Micro perforations are a nominal 0.50mm and virtually disappear at a distance, giving the appearance of a monolithic wood wall installation while providing excellent acoustical performance.


cafeteria with white ceiling

Restaurant with curved brown fabric ceiling

Custom-engineered Ceilencio® suspension system holds the pre-curved Fabric panels perfectly aligned throughout the radial installation of the ceiling. The plenum remains 100% downward accessible with the use of torsion springs. Panels hinge down for maintenance and repairs, and are locked right back into placed using guiding fins on the aluminum-extruded grid. The entire installation is quick, easy and seamless.


Restaurant with white and yellow basket weave cealing

Custom curved ceiling panels finished in accent color fabric, suspended in a basket weave pattern.



Fori™ mini perforated wood veneer panels and Claro® fiberglass ceiling panels, Ceilencio® suspension grid and butterfly clips custom-made by Decoustics are ideal solutions to the complex interior design challenges of the new Eaton Corporation North American Headquarters in Beachwood, Ohio. Manufactured to the specifications of Pickard Chilton Architects, Inc., of New Haven, Conn., the ceiling panels create a dynamic look while conforming to the crescent-like curves of the building, and providing exceptional light distribution and acoustic control. Additionally, Ceilencio® custom suspension grid and butterfly clips allow the additional support needed for large panel-integrated light fixtures and speakers, as well as easy maintenance access.



Cafeteria with triangle shaped ceiling tiles

Custom-shaped Claro panels arranged in a triangular pattern add striking effect to this cafeteria’s ceiling.