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Bringing the Quiet to Timber

Ecoustic Veneer is a new, award-winning acoustic modular system with a timber aesthetic, designed to minimise noise in modern offices.



BY Andrew McDonald

October 19th, 2016


From Instyle, The new Ecoustic Veneer range is a modular panel system that combines superior sound absorbing design, with the sophistication of a timber veneer look. Australian-made and designed for the modern office, the panels are available in 11 different FSC-certified reconstituted wood veneer styles. Both perforated as well as non-perforated designed are available, suitable to different aesthetics and sound absorption needs.

Designed to work alone or together, the combination of both perforated and nonperforated finish types can help to absorb, scatter and diffuse sound, as well as allowing the acoustic design to channel sound to a particular space depending on to the demands of any given interior space.

The highly versatile nature of the Ecoustic Veneer system has been designed to be easy and quick to install in horizontal, vertical and angular orientations, on walls or ceilings, in a wide range of interior spaces. Modern workspaces are the clear space for such an acoustic controlling design, but retail space, public buildings and hospitality space likewise could benefit from better and more conscious acoustic design. The modularity of the panel is a reinvention of the classic shiplap timber design, yet is lightweight and easy to handle compared to its traditional wood counterpart.

Already an award winner, the Ecoustic Veneer range won the Best of Neocon 2016 Gold Award for Architectural Products and is available in Australia through Instyle.


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