With Screenwood panels you don’t have to prioritise function over form.
October 1st, 2016
Addressing poor acoustics in a space can be challenging when popular treatments include trendy panels that can date quickly or alternatives that blend into their surroundings without contributing to a room’s aesthetic.
With Screenwood panels you don’t have to prioritise function over form. Acoustically rated ceiling and wall panels are available in a range of PEFC certified timber species to add the warmth and timeless appeal to any space. With the inclusion of fine-tuned acoustic backings which ‘disappear’ behind the timber slats, the space benefits from maximum sound absorption.
Used frequently in education and hospitality fitouts, Screenwood is equally suitable to commercial applications and other open-plan areas where echo reduction is critical to the amenity of the space.
Screenwood is delivered to site pre-finished, assembled into modules and cut to specified lengths, ready for a swift installation by any qualified builder. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image credits, left to right:
1. Deakin University Chancellor Office, specified by McGlashan Everist
2. UQ Social Sciences, specified by Design Nest
3. Hawken Dow, specified by arkLAB
4. Flinders University, specified by Hassel
5. Perth City Library, specified by Kerry Hill Architects, photograph by Frances Andrijich courtesy of the City of Perth
This article is presented by Screenwood.
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