Congratulations to the Decoustics team that helped realize the Ford Hall inside Rogers Place project and brought home not one, but two prestigious awards: Gold for the Civic >50,000 sq.ft. West Region Category and the sought-after Founder’s Award for the Best in Class project. Thank you (left to right on the photo above) Mike Tavares, Andrew Martin and Allen Almassian for your great effort. Well done!!
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 Best in Class project earning the sought-after Founder’s Award. | General Contractor: Group Piché, Architecture: HOK Kansas City, Acoustician: Orchestral Arts Inc.
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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 A flame spread rating (composite test) and is made with high recycled content.
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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 Ceilencio, Quadrillo, Solo-M and Fabric products are enhancing the acoustics and aesthetics of this contemporary office.
Read full article here: https://architizer.com/blog/inspiration/stories/saint-gobain-headquarters/
Construction in Focus magazine reveals why Decoustics is world’s leading manufacturer of acoustical ceiling and wall panels. Decoustics is literally realizing an architect’s dream, and works really hard to bring to life some of the most challenging design intents that others would deem unthinkable.
Read full article on Pages 98-103: http://www.constructioninfocus.com/mag/CIFNAFeb2017/#?page=98
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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
Using the Acoustical ceiling information and having a manufacturer able to provide multiple finishes (single source) the transition to the equally complex acoustical wood veneer wall panels was seamless both in the design as well as the production stages. The design had one manufacturer able to provide solutions, details and integration for the entire space including millwork color matching.
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 in a new lobby, designed to increase visibility and visual appeal, with a large, two-story glass volume that opens onto a courtyard near major campus walkways.