Region: District of Columbia

Kitchen with Abstract shaped wood ceiling

Uniquely shaped Quadrillo acoustical panels finished in Anigre wood veneer deliver a floating effect through the use of concealed grid. The segments stretch from the lunch room, to the coffee bar, over the reception area and though hallways and open collaboration areas of this entire office floor.

Meeting room with wood walls and ceiling

Restaurant with printed fabric ceiling

Conceived by Chef/Owner Michael Schlow and designed by David Manfredi of Elkus-Manfredi Architects, Tico is a new and exciting style of restaurant; American at its core, yet influenced by Schlow’s travels and love for Spain, Mexico and South America. Decoustics digitally-printed fabric panels on the ceiling ensure that the noises are absorbed and deliver a pleasant eating experience. The fabric patterns are matched to create a large-format design and add vibrance to this space.

Conference room with white ceiling
Custom shaped Claro finished panels, direct mount with integral returns as a signature statement to this high profile boardroom location.