The 200th post of the Spigogroup wood decoration, acoustics and architecture blog
- 14 December, 2016
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Decoration, News, Spigogroup wood projects
We are celebrating it, as befits the occasion. Our wood decoration, acoustics and architecture blog has reached its 200th post. Two hundred consecutive weeks without fail. The first post dates back to Wednesday, 6 February 2013. It was titled The importance of acoustic conditioning in an office environment, using sound-absorbent wood
In fact, from the first post it was clear that one of our main topics would be acoustic conditioning with wood, a branch of architectural acoustics in which we are true specialists. Then came dozens of articles on acoustic panels, acoustic engineering, sound-absorbent wood and also acoustic pictures and islands.
We’ve talked about decorating with wood panels, wood ceilings and inner linings, also made with that lovely material which nature offers and we have come to love. We have written about the different types of wood ceilings used in wood decoration: accessible ceilings and removable ceilings, as well as custom made design ceilings. And we have showcased the wood projects that we have undertaken during the past 4 years.
We also manufacture sports furniture so some of our posts have been on items that were perhaps less showy but are equally necessary in some facilities, including phenolic cabins and phenolic lockers. This is also the case with technical doors: acoustic doors, FR doors and fire doors.
But not everything is building materials and acoustics. Our blog has also had a space for inspiration and recognition of great masters and we have learned a little more of the work of great architects, such as Alejandro Aravena, Zaha Hadid, Peter Zumthor, Alvar Aalto, Frank Lloyd Wright o Frank Gehry.
We hope you enjoyed all that we have told you and keep following us for another 200 weeks.
Thank you very much
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