A range of Decoustics’ acoustical products merge together to create a dynamic office space for one of the largest and most experienced global private equity firms, Advent International. The Boston-based Headquarters required to uphold the highest caliber in design and function to reflect the company and its prominent culture. Visnick & Caulfield architects captured their vision and developed a complex design that tells the story of not only Advent, but also the historic building that houses this bustling workplace.
Decoustics helped define the character and feel of every room. Inside the cafeteria Ceilencio Solo-M panels with Design Returns hold the fluid shape and add depth to the ceiling, while the contrasting, rich, natural Walnut wood veneer finish makes the space feel warm and inviting. Throughout the hallways the custom colored Ceilencio Solo-M ceiling panels create clean lines and fill the space with light; and inside the boardroom this ceiling system is beautifully complemented with LED lights that are integrated into the grid. The LED Ceilencio suspension allows for 100% downward accessibility to the plenum while making ceiling installation quick and easy.
The executive boardroom is outfitted with translucent, LED backlit LightFrame ceiling, which delivers even illumination and excellent acoustical performance. Reaching NRC levels of up to 0.9 LightFrame panels eliminate echoes inside the room while increasing the quality and clarity of speech.
The combination of Decoustics acoustical products delivered the modern office design with high acoustical performance. Our customization capabilities and wide range of products made specifying a breeze and the installation process quick and easy, while achieving all of the project’s objectives.
For the remodel of this high-end office space for Summit Partners, a Boston, Massachusetts-based private equity firm, the architect specified an eye-catching boardroom ceiling featuring a complex, sawtooth pattern composed of sloped V-shaped custom wood veneer acoustical ceiling panels. To achieve the design, Decoustics engineered a custom suspended ceiling grid that allows each panel to be spring-loaded, eliminating the need to remove the panels for maintenance. The trapezoidal shape of the boardroom and the slope of the panels presented challenges requiring Decoustics to work closely with contractor Allan Construction Inc. and the project team to complete the installation of Decoustics Claro and Quadrillo.