Join us at AIA 2019! Visit CertainTeed Booth #8913.

Join us at AIA 2019! Visit CertainTeed Booth #8913 and learn about innovative solutions for acoustical ceiling and wall systems.

  • For two days, AIA is turning the Las Vegas Convention Center into a product playground. Explore the latest materials, products, and technologies by more than 650 leading brands and building product manufacturers.
  • A’19 programming includes sessions on artificial intelligence, data visualization, 3D concrete printing, Amazon Spheres, tall wood, nano-grid condos, immigrant architects, overcoming houselessness, the latest in WELL design, the energy-hog myth, designing border crossings and ports of entry, zero net energy affordable housing, new codes and standards, and architecture tours of local standouts like Frank Gehry’s Lou Ruvo Brain Center, Seven Magic Mountains, and the Downtown Container Park.

Don’t miss it! Join us in Las Vegas June 6–8, 2019 at Las Vegas Convention Center.

CISCA 2019 Contractor Gold Award Winning Project by C.J. Coakley Co., Inc. features Decoustics ceilings throughout the lobby and office spaces of Capital One Headquarters, Block B.

Stained Maple veneer Solo Ceilencio panels with Type 8 grooving pattern and Knife Edge design returns, together with Claro Ceilencio above the reception desk add a striking ceiling highlight and reduce noise inside this office space. In the lobby area Claro Ceilencio is installed above the staircase and Solo panels add the warmth of wood by encasing the wall with a window to the office space inside.

Visit project page Capital One (Block B)

Come see our product offering at the CSC Toronto Chapter Expo on Wednesday, February 27 from 1:15-6pm. The expo will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in South Building, Hall G.

Now in it’s 41st year, CSC Building Expo is Canada’s best, longest running technical trade show for architects, designers, developers, engineers, facility managers, specification writers, and construction professionals.

The Top Employers Institute has certified Saint-Gobain “Top Employer Global” for the fourth year in a row. Our Group is one of 14 organizations to have obtained this title worldwide, with 32 certified countries, including Indonesia for the first time. The certification committee singled out the attention paid to integrating new hires, the quality of the professional development programs along with career management, internal mobility, and succession plans.

Watch a short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvwfKhWswFI&feature=youtu.be

Custom color-matched 2-1/8″ Claro Baffles are the highlight of the National Interstate Insurance World Headquarters cafeteria. Adding a striking accent to the ceiling, they are not only beautiful but also functional. The baffles absorb noise and eliminate echoing inside the space, delivering a pleasant dining environment. Additionally, white Claro panels are installed with even intervals to only partially cover the ceiling and keep the industrial look and feel of the building’s hallways. Both products are suspended using wires and D-Rings, making installation quick and easy.

Visit Project Page for more info.

Today Decoustics celebrated Saint-Gobain’s annual Diversity and Inclusion Day 2018. We are a very diverse group of all ages with over 35 different ethnic and cultural backgrounds and we believe the best ideas are born when teams are given the opportunity to come together and work as one.

The Jeremy West Hollywood is a boutique hotel located on the iconic Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Famous for its active nightlife since at least the 1950’s, the Sunset Boulevard is rich in history and entertainment culture. To capture the essence of this region SOM architects designed “the hotel interiors [to] recall both the urban, rock-and-roll legacy of the Sunset Strip and the archetypal home in the Hollywood Hills” (1). Inside the hotel ballrooms Decoustics triangular-shaped panels with sloping design returns add an edge to the overall motif and visually deliver a 3D effect of floating forms that are coming out of the ceiling.

The triangular shapes are custom-engineered using Claro and have exceptional sound absorption properties, which ensures great acoustics inside the room. In addition, the entire ceiling plenum remains 100% downward accessible with the utilization of Ceilencio suspension grid. Decoustics delivers custom solutions that give you the creative freedom to attain both form and function in your designs.

Visit Project Page for more photos.

Great turnout at CertainTeed 5th Annual Toronto Architectural Symposium 2018! Thank you for spending the day with us. We hope you enjoyed our reception and entertainment program, as well as gained latest industry from the 6 offered CEUs. To see some photos from the event, please visit our company page on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/decoustics/ See you all next year!

Join CertainTeed Canada for our 5th Annual Architectural Symposium on Tuesday October 2nd at the Toronto X Hotel.

Share an afternoon of speakers, CEU education and networking, followed by an evening of food, cocktails and live jazz.

Registration is required. Seats are limited!

For questions, please contact Sharon.L.Bellino@saint-gobain.com

Floating Clean-Air Claro acoustical clouds create a dramatic ceiling effect inside a waiting area at the Vancouver International Airport. The clouds vary in diameter from 31″ to 59″, they have seamless design returns for thickness and are suspended at different heights to add depth to the ceiling.

Clean-Air Claro Clouds attain high Noise Reduction levels and are manufactured utilizing No-Added Urea Formaldehyde components, attaining Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certifications from UL Environment. Importantly, Clean-Air Claro products contain virtually no Volatile Organic Compounds and are proven to enhance indoor air quality and deliver better, healthier public environments.

Contact our regional British Columbia, Canada sales representative Chris Barton Crosstown Design Products Ltd. for more info.

Photography: Chris Barton Photography

Architecture: Grout McTavish Architects