Acoustic solutions made of wood to correct reverberation in rooms
- 18 July, 2018
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, Grand Master, News, Spigogroup wood projects
Reverberation and echo are some of the most annoying sound phenomena and the primary need of acoustic solutions in the world of architecture, construction and interior design.
Although colloquially they may be understood to be the same thing, they are in fact different. Reverberation is the perception of a prolongation of sound, while echo is perceived as a repeated sound.
These acoustic problems blur conversations, making transmitted messages less intelligible and more difficult to understand. The main reason is that sound waves bounce more than is desirable from ceilings, floors, walls and other elements of the room, making it necessary to implement acoustic solutions. Normally, acoustic conditioning is carried out by installing sound-absorbent acoustic panels, ceiling tiles, acoustic doors and acoustic ceilings to reduce the bouncing of sound waves and to help control the effects of reverberation.
Spigogroup, with more than 30 years’ experience, modern facilities covering over 7500 m² and more than 500 projects developed across the world, is currently the leading company in manufacturing acoustic solutions with wood. In addition, all its wood products are made with certified PEFC and FSC wood, whose origin is guaranteed to be sustainably managed forests.
These are the acoustic solutions in wood offered by Spigogroup for the design and development of architectural and interior design projects:
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