Adding the warmth of wood combined with excellent acoustical performance Rondolo ceiling panels finished in walnut natural wood veneer are an ideal choice for the high-end offices of Federal Home Loan Bank in NYC.
Micro-perforated Rondolo panels achieve Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) levels of up to 0.95, which helps mitigate noise and deliver great acoustics throughout the hallways and meeting spaces. Micro-perforations virtually disappear at a distance providing the aesthetic of a solid wood panel.
Rondolo panels are suspended using fully accessible Ceilencio grid, complete with factory attached designed returns for added depth and curved on the corners to hold the fluid shape of the ceiling.
Decoustics collaborated with a millwork manufacturer to realize this contemporary design of Breitling retail stores across North America. In this special case Decoustics supplied raw Quadrillo material to the client, which was used to encase existing millwork. Quadrillo was custom-grooved on both sides and finished in quarter cut, slip matched walnut wood veneer to match’s client’s acoustical and decorative objectives.
Decoustics backlit, translucent fabric LightFrame acoustical ceiling system completes Phase 1 of the newly expanded Moynihan Train Hall inside Penn Station Complex, Manhattan, NY. LightFrame acoustical panels greatly reduce noise inside this busy train station walkway and illuminate the space with soft, glowing blue light, resembling a bright clear sky.
Inspired by a skylight, the project’s executive architect, Laurence G. Jones Architects, LightFrame acoustical panels with LEDs to give the impression that there is light coming from above. Decoustics custom engineered and manufactured 24 LightFrame panels to create a seamless appearance and fill this open front lobby entrance with abundance of light.