Over 200 colours, 7 finishes and countless applications make Barrisol the ideal acoustic building product.
September 19th, 2011
With an NRC rating of up to 0.9, Barrisol is a smart architectural acoustic building product to use in all applications when design and acoustic performance are optimum.
The product can be seen in landmark installations including 8000sqm in Federation Square, Melbourne; 10,000sqm in Bucharest Sun Plaza, Romania, and 4000sqm in Oslo, Norway’s new Opera House.
Barrisol Acoustic comes in over 200 colours and 7 finishes, including gloss, satin, matt, translucent, suede, metallic and recycled.
The product is able to create seamless acoustic ceilings, suspended ceilings or walls without being restricted by typical panel sizes.
Ceilings can be produced and installed in one piece in sizes between 35-45sqm, relying only on the perimeter rail to keep it in place.
Barrisol Acoustic can also be made in 3D organic forms or stretched over framing to create sculptural pieces for auditoriums, meeting rooms and any other spaces that require acoustic performance.
For more on Barrisol, contact your state office
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