Region: New York

Meeting room with curved white fabric ceiling

Custom-engineered pre-curved fabric panels are installed throughout the offices of this law firm. In the boardroom, direct mounted wooden Fori™ panels deliver a ceiling accent and house the light fixtures. Large size Claro® panels are installed around the perimeter. Fabric and Claro® products are suspended using accessible Ceilencio® grid.


lobby with translucent white fabric window

Translucent acoustical LightFrame® panels were installed in a wall application inside Milford Plaza Hotel. In this project the architect chose to use natural sunlight as the source of illumination. Volare IA-85-OP fabric on the face and back of the panels diffuses natural light to deliver soft illumination making this hotel reception area feel cozy and inviting.


Delivering excellent noise absorption these 2″ thick Free Hanging Screens are suspended by wires and D-rings and are installed in a mirrored pattern. Wrapped in Guilford of Maine’s Tempest Zebra 2120-015 fabric the overall effect is subtle and calming.


Custom Shaped Acoustical Nuvola Clouds inside Forham Law Hall

Uniquely curved and shaped Nuvola® fiberglass ceiling panels, Quadrillo® wood veneered acoustic ceiling and wall panels and Claro® fiberglass panels installed into Ceilencio® suspension system manufactured by Decoustics are an ideal solution to the interior design and acoustic challenges of Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus, Law School and Residence Hall in New York City. Pei Cobb Freed and Partner Architects of New York specified the products for installation into the building’s banquet halls, lecture rooms and moot courtroom. The ceiling and wall panels create a dynamic look while addressing acoustic concerns and accessibility.


Cafeteria with triangle shaped ceiling tiles

Custom-shaped Claro panels arranged in a triangular pattern add striking effect to this cafeteria’s ceiling.


Unique leaf design ceiling with acoustical properties from Decoustics floats above Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Taking inspiration from its surroundings, the ceiling design for the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens new visitors’ center atrium is designed to resemble a large, inverted, free-floating palm leaf, assembled from several slopping triangular panels of Decoustics Claro in a suspended reveal system. Planning the space as a premier event venue, the architect specified custom panels with high sound absorption and light reflectance to ensure excellent acoustics and day lighting. Using digital 3D modeling software and detailed drawings, the ceilings contractor brought the complex design to life.