Individually framed LightFrame panels evenly illuminated this study room inside Berkley University of California and deliver excellent noise absorption.
Translucent acoustical LightFrame® panels were installed in a wall application inside Milford Plaza Hotel. In this project the architect chose to use natural sunlight as the source of illumination. Volare IA-85-OP fabric on the face and back of the panels diffuses natural light to deliver soft illumination making this hotel reception area feel cozy and inviting.
Large Solo Panels are suspended from custom-engineered Ceilencio® grid that consists of a proprietary concealed extruded aluminum grid and butterfly connectors. The ceiling is 100% downwardly accessible via a unique torsion spring mechanism which permits individual panels to be “hinged” down (or completely removed if necessary) for access to mechanical and electrical services. The grid is suspended using hanger wires, rods or similar suspension components.
Decoustics’ Claro offers an original ceiling solution to Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children. For construction of two floors of the 785,000 sq.ft. Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children in Birmingham, AL, the architect specified custom sound-absorbent Claro panels in a unique suspended Ceilencio ceiling grid from Decoustics, with custom-designed butterfly clips to address the challenge presented by the hospitals curved interior walls. Strict precision during the engineering and design process was critical, as the slightest error would have thrown the ceiling off course and made it impossible for the panels to fit properly. However, detailed photographs and measurements using 3D laser technology-enabled the installer to complete a flawless installation.
Hexagon shaped acoustical clouds finished in Decoustics Claro, an acoustically transparent stipple texture finish. Claro attains high levels of noise absorption and light reflectance of up to 94%.