Case Studies

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Passenger Terminal World features YYC Calgary International Airport

Passenger Terminal World magazine features the newly opened  YYC Calgary International Airport in its 2018 Airports of the Future Showcase. Inside the YYC’s International Terminal, Decoustics custom engineered over 200,000 sq ft of acoustical Solo wood products which are providing the stunning ceiling and wall highlight to the large departure halls, retail concourse and luggage […]

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Latest Project: White & Case Law Offices at the heart of Manhattan, NY

Sprawling across top nine levels of a tower in Midtown’s Rockefeller Center in New York, the new White & Case Law Offices are a testament to quality and commitment. HOK 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,” […]

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Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children

For the construction of two floors of the 785,000 sq.ft. Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children in Birmingham, AL, HKS Inc. specified custom sound-absorbent Claro® direct suspended ceiling panels. To address the challenge presented by the hospital’s curved interior walls panels were installed using custom-designed butterfly clips on a unique suspended ceiling grid from Decoustics. Strict […]

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Colourful meeting space office with wood walls

New Adobe Head Office

Decoustics’ Quadrillo® acoustical ceiling and wall panels are seen throughout the new Adobe Head Office in San Jose, California. Each panel was uniquely engineered and manufactured with high precision to hold the ‘fanning out’ design intent. Finished in rift white oak wood veneer and reaching NRC values of up to 1.0, Quadrillo® products provide excellent […]

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Groupe Piche’s Ford Hall Inside Rogers Place Wins CISCA’s Founder’s Award

CISCA (Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association) presents Decoustics with the prestigious 2017 Founder’s Award for the successful design and manufacturing of a unique multiplanar ceiling at Ford Hall inside Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB. Decoustics custom engineered ceiling won Gold in the Civic >50,000 sq.ft. West Region category, and was recognized as this year’s […]

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Slim Claro Baffles inside Perkins + Will Chicago office

Perkins+Will Chicago Office

Decoustics custom engineers and manufactures 1” baffles for the new Perkins+Will Office in Chicago. Baffles are finished Decoustics’ Claro® (an acoustically transparent finish that mimics the appearance of drywall/plaster), and are direct mounted to the ceiling using factory installed clips and supplied ceiling track. Claro® is a high performance acoustical product, achieves the lowest Class […]

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Saint-Gobain’s North American Headquarters

Architizer largest database of architecture online, puts the spotlight on Saint-Gobain’s North American Headquarters calling it a “Living Laboratory”. Together with company’s other brands, Decoustics (subsidiary of Saint-Gobain) has had a hand in bringing this state-of-the-art facility to life. From taking first steps into the grand foyer to walking through open collaboration areas Decoustics’ Claro […]

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Ballroom with sloped ceiling

Latest Project: Gaylord’s New Infinity Ballroom

Inspired by the bow of a ship Gaylord’s new infinity ballroom leaves guests feeling as if they are floating on top of the Potomac River. To realize the design intent, Decoustics custom engineered Claro® Ceilencio® acoustical ceiling system comprising of floating flat bays segmented on an angle to create an arc. Read full article: https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/05/12/save-a-dance-the-gaylord-s-new-ballroom-awaits.html […]

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The Chazen Museum of Art

The Chazen Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison recently celebrated 41 years with the opening of a $43 million, 81,000 square-foot addition. A marvel of architecture and design, the addition more than doubled previous gallery capacity, increased public access to collections and added space for events. Many of these events will be hosted […]

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