Screenwood create beautiful modular timber systems for acoustic ceiling solutions
February 5th, 2013
A ceiling of solid timber slats gives warmth to any interior. Popular for their proven acoustic performance, Screenwood’s Ceiling Tiles also have PEFC certification – ensuring the use of only sustainably forested timber.
This makes possible a whole range of aesthetic options, from Spotted Gum to Hoop Pine and Western Red Cedar, in finishings from clear to espresso. Designed and engineered for use within a standard 24mm two-way grid system, Screenwood Ceiling Tiles allow for efficient lay-in installation and ease of ongoing maintenance and access to building services.
Screenwood Ceiling Tiles in 3040 Western Red Cedar, clear coating at the University of Queensland
Screenwood Ceiling Tiles were recently used by the University of Queensland. As part of a sympathetic restoration of their historical medical school building, they chose Hoop Pine with a solid white paint coating. In other parts of the campus they used Western Red Cedar with a clear coating. Screenwood’s beautiful modular timber systems ensure that even large rooms full of talking students remain acoustically comfortable.
Screenwood Ceiling Tiles in 4020 Hoop Pine, solid white paint coating in the University of Queensland’s Historical Medical School Building
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