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Paneles acústicos para centros de salud 2Having already assumed that good acoustics is one of the pillars of people's health and well-being, it makes sense to use acoustic panels for health care facilities. Every day, healthcare buildings receive hundreds of people with different ailments and, just as we take care of the ambient temperature and the hygienic conditions of the building, we must also take care of acoustic comfort inside the building.

There are 8.500 family medicine and paediatrics patients in the Lezkairu district of Pamplona who are beneficiaries of this project. From the end of 2022, they will make use of this new health centre, a near zero energy building with A energy rating, designed by the architectural studio Alonso Hernández y Asociados and built by Dragados.

The use of wood as the main material for the interior cladding of walls and ceilings is a solid proposal, seeking the elegance and warmth that only this primitive material can bring to a space.

Two types of wood acoustic panels were installed:

 

  • approximately 920 m² of 1200x600 cm Spigoacustic 42-32-64 acoustic panels, with wood effect varnished oak veneered finish on 16 mm fireproof MDF Bs1,d0, with T15 half-hidden profile mounting system.

 

  • approximately 560 m² of 600x600 cm Spigoacustic 42-NO-32 acoustic tiles, with white melamine finish on 16 mm fireproof MDF Bs1,d0, with T15 half-hidden profile mounting system.

 

The aesthetic result, as can be seen in the excellent images by photographer Josema Cutillas, is spectacular.

 

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If you liked this post about acoustic panels for health care facilities, you may also be interested in:

 

- The benefits of using wood panels in Passivhaus-certified projects

- Acoustic panels in maple finish: 3 good examples of their use

- Wood and health: 5 benefits of wood for your health

- Workplace acoustics with flexible, multi-purpose spaces

 

 

 

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