Architect: Stantec

Micro-Perforated acoustical Rondolo wall Panels are finished with rift cut, slip matched White Oak natural wood veneer, curved and mounted in a wall installation using factory supplied Monarch clips. Micro-perforations virtually disappear at a distance and deliver the appearance of a solid wood panel, while providing exceptional noise control inside this lecture hall. Outside the auditorium Decoustics supplied low profile Cross Piece Continuous Linear Wood finished in the same veneer and suspended using a heavy duty T-Bar. Black veil was used to conceal the mechanical fixtures in the plenum and deliver added acoustical benefits. Spectacular result achieved by a single-source supplier.


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.


Grille wood ceiling

Wall to ceiling application of Cross Piece Grille in Black Cherry wood veneer finish adds a contrasting accent inside Medicine Hat Mall food court area. A fully finished product was delivered on site ready for installation, which ensured precise fit of the mitered edges of the blades and smooth transition from wall to ceiling around the continuous track.