Region: New York


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.

 


LightFrame backlit with glowing blue light inside Moynihan Train Station ceiling

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.


Lobby with backlit white translucent fabric ceiling

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.


Meeting area with white ceiling

Decoustics high-performance fabric ceiling panels installed inside Jefferies New York office achieve excellent sound absorption and prevent noises from traveling throughout the office. Finished in DWF-200 white fabric the ceiling reflects light and makes the entire space feel brighter and airy. The fabric ceiling panels are installed on Decoustics’ proprietary Ceilencio suspension system, so the plenum remains fully accessible. If any maintenance or repairs are required, the panels simply hinge down from the suspension grid maintaining the need to take them to floor and preventing panels from being soiled. This wining product combination is a beautiful and cost-effective solution for any office environment.


Restaurant with wood ceiling

The newly relocated Union Square Café has opened its doors after almost a year. Situated near Gramercy Park in Manhattan, NY, this unique space attracts audiences of all tastes and backgrounds and is cherished for its quirky character and comfortable charm. Rockwell Group architects were tasked with preserving the familiarity of the original restaurant, but imagining something brand new and more spacious. Decoustics mini-perforated acoustical wooden Fori panels were chosen to outfit the upstairs bar and various dining areas inside the cafe. While the deep American Black Walnut Fori panels were an excellent choice to compliment this space and set the mood, they also have high noise reduction property and allow for a pleasant conversational environment inside the cafe.


Showroom with backlit translucent fabric ceiling

Seamless transition of the LightFrame® panels from wall to ceiling fills this Manhattan Audi showroom with abundance of light and ensures excellent acoustical performance. Panels are 80” (2.03 m) by 60” (1.52 m) in size and installed using accessible Profile A system on both the ceiling and the wall. Fluorescent light strips are placed in the back and configured for optimal even illumination with no hotspots.


Dynamic abstract Claro ceiling with light strips inside White & Case law offices

Sprawling across top nine levels of a tower in Midtown’s Rockefeller Center in New York, the new White and Case Law Offices are a testament to quality and commitment. HOK Architects and HYL Architecture left no detail overlooked crafting every inch of this 440,000 sqf contemporary office space. “It’s a feeling of being made, not manufactured,” HOK senior principal Tom Polucci says.

Adding character to each room Decoustics custom-engineered ceilings are seen throughout the hallways, offices, collaboration areas, fitness facilities and the cafeteria. Manufactured for a precise fit Decoustics’ custom stained Solo M and Claro® acoustical products absorb noise and traveling sounds delivering utmost privacy where it matters most.

All ceiling panels are integrated into Ceilencio suspension system and leave the plenum fully accessible:

– The cafeteria features custom-shaped Claro finished in Claro Standard White

– The hallways and collaboration rooms feature FSC® C020536 certified, fully grooved Solo Type 32 panels with design returns finished in anigre natural wood veneer

– Main staircase, fitness room and elevator lobby feature custom-colored, fully grooved Solo Type 16 panels

– Adding warmth to the the rest of the meeting rooms are FSC® C020536 certified, fully grooved Solo Type 16 panels finished in white oak, European oak and white ash natural wood veneers


Open space with wood ceiling

Quadrillo QPP 19 finished in quarter-cut, slip matched American Black Walnut veneer adds warmth to the meeting space inside this New York Bank of America. The auditorium is complete with cascading ceiling finished in Claro. Both products are also seen throughout the hallways and reception area, delivering exceptional acoustical performance.