With the need for more flexible work environments and open plan offices on the rise, the problem of noise pollution is also on the rise – see some of the solutions from Ekous at Sydney Indesign.
July 21st, 2014
Ekous acoustic products are designed to solve this ever-growing problem of modern workplaces. From the functionally designed concentrated work or meeting spaces through to wall panelling and ceiling baffles, there is an Ekous product for every office layout.
The Ekous range of pods promotes acoustic comfort for employee well being, as well as individual productivity. Available in various configurations, from phone booths to collaboration area, they are customizable, demountable and can be easily reconfigured.
E-Wall is a pre-fabricated acoustic wall application, ideal for any office environment. With a simple mounting block system, the spacing and configuration of the panels on the wall will dramatically improve various frequency absorptions whilst offering a multitude of decorative options.
Geo Baffles are lightweight acoustic ceiling baffles, ideal for noise absorption in open spaces. They are suspended freely form an open soffit and effectively control unwanted and drifting noise.
Ekous products are manufactured from high-quality polyester fibre derived from 100% certified recycled plastic PET bottles. When you utilise an Ekous product to reduce internal office noise pollution you are doing something for our external environment at the same time.
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